Mark Scott is available for a range of filming from corporate and private events, music videos and?theatrical?productions.
Here are examples of some of the diverse work that Mark has undertaken.
Please get in touch for further information using the contact page.
Mark Scott is the co-director of the company Edinburgh Videos.
Edinburgh Videos films and edits festival shows, concerts and events. We?create professional DVDs and offer a complete range of packages. The camera and editing team has professional broadcast experience and are ready to film event or performances. I also film for companies on a freelance basis.
The Therapy Room
I was DoP and Cameraman for The Therapy Room. Go to my Editing page or blog for more information or get in touch via my Contact page with any questions, or have a look at the Therapy Room web page.
Fistful of Roses
Trapped by the darkness of his own imagination, Edinburgh’s only Scottish rose-seller battles the dangers of the city streets with homemade weapons, armour, and flowers. Winner of the 2010 BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Best Factual. Produced by Accidental Media.
Poverty Truth Commission
The Extra Challenge Trailer
Mark was hired by the Caledonia Challenge to film and produce an advertising trailer for The Extra Challenge, the element of the event suited to the less able bodied.
This trailer was created for and from filming of the charity disabled event, The Extra Challenge, which was part of the Caledonian State Street Challenge, 2006. It was included in the Portobello Telly channel and was used by the initail organiser of the event to encourage the company to expand the event for the following year. Unfortunaltely, dispite the event?s success, it was not repeated in the following years.
Walking on Wheels
Book launching filmed. ?Walking on Wheels? by Eva McCracken, was launched at Borders in 2007. In the book Eva describes 50 of her favorite rambles in Scotland, accessible to wheelchair users. Eva?s book is available at all book good stores or online at www.cualann-scottish-books.co.uk
Richard Jobson Interview