Nashville, TN, United States
scott at scootmanmusic.com
Emboldened by surviving a decade of world travel and ritualistic abuse at the hands of producers, Divas, and 3 chord cowboys, Scott began working with local and national filmmakers in 2004. A recipient of a 2010 Silver Telly and also a CINE Golden Eagle for his work on "We Shall Not Be Moved: the Nashville Sit-ins", he has also scored movies that have been screened at over two dozen film festivals worldwide; of note, "Sith'D", a short Star Wars spoof, won Best Comedy at Comic-Con (2006), and "Gracie: diary of a coma patient" (2007) received much critical acclaim for Scott's musical score. As the owner of Scootman Music Productions, he's worn many funny hats, all while doing music, audio & voiceover and sound design work for Scholastic, Documentary Channel, Chattem/IcyHot, Ridiculous Software, Enzyte, Vanderbilt Cancer Center, Mobil/Exxon, & CMT, as well as music for the movie soundtracks of Smart People and London Tango.