Scott Bosworth was destined to become a director and director of photography – often finding himself in a bit of trouble during those formative years... “Is that thing permanently attached to your face?!" his mom would ask of the family’s 16mm Bolex camera.
Graduating with a degree in photography and design, Scott went on to fall in love with the moving image. Within his 20+ year career, his passion for people and the stories he's lensed have yielded his greatest joy. Allowing each experience to keep his many shooting styles relevant. Early in his career, Scott cut his teeth shooting documentaries in some of the harshest places on earth and often under the most challenging circumstances. Covering stories of great human suffering, like a nationally released documentary on the survivors of a devastating earthquake in Killari, India. It was this and other early work that gave him a tremendous working knowledge of creating beautiful images through the molding of existing light, texture and color.
Since then, Scott has added to his repertoire the lensing of numerous music videos, shorts and commercial work. And has received a number of awards; most recently, an Emmy in Cinematography, for a short film on William Quantrill during the Civil War. While also adding a number of Omni’s for his commercial work along the way. Scott’s use of light, shadow, camera movement and lens choice, are stimulated by his passion for story and all informed through his obsession and study of anthropology.
Scott’s versatility, passion, work ethic and expertise, give him the ability to work within any production budget. He’s an idea generator with an infectious personality. A natural photographer, with an easy demeanor, making collaboration effortless.