Scott Simper

Scott is an award-winning director of photography in film and video, with experience working on all 7 continents.  Specializing in remote documentary-style adventure, natural history and science projects, Scott is extremely adept in working in remote and challenging locations and conditions. An accomplished skier, climber and kayaker, Scott has climbed Mt Everest, was nominated for an Emmy 2006 (for Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch) and has won the Banff film festival audience award in 2005 and 2006 and 2008.

Scott’s work is distinguished not only for its beauty and his technical expertise but also for his willingness to take on the challenges of any situation or location with a smile.  From rigging shots in difficult, tight locations to building and fixing equipment in inhospitable places, Scott is known as the cameraman to have when on those difficult gigs.

His creative aerial work using a gyro-stabilization system, breath-taking time lapses and exceptional hand-held shooting have earned him Emmy nominations for camera work.

A true team player, Scott’s natural enthusiasm and unflagging energy are valuable on any production – and invaluable on the tough ones!

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