Brock Scott

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Artist, Photographer and Film Maker


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Born in Savannah, GA, Brock Scott is an artist, photographer and filmmaker living in Seattle, WA. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Atlanta College of Art in 2009, Brock worked in the film industry on television and in major motion pictures such as The Walking DeadFast and Furious, and The Hunger Games

His experience in the film industry informed him of state-of-the-art techniques and knowledge that have been fundamental to his development as a filmmaker. In 2015, Brock became an independent documentary filmmaker, enjoying successful collaborations with BBC, Netflix, New Georgia Project, Adult Swim, and CDC. His film, Boxcar Fair, won the AIAP International Motion Award and was an Official Selection of the SXSW film festival.

Scott is currently the founder of On the Grid Creative (OTGC), a Seattle based creative agency producing award-winning video productions focused on storytelling and social impact. During the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021, Brock has worked with CDC and Living Walls to create a series of short documentaries informing people in Georgia about the importance of vaccination. Brock was also part of a public health campaign with Southern Fried Queer Pride promoting awareness regarding LGBTQ+ health and HIV prevention. He was the director of a 2020 film campaign with New Georgia Project to encourage voter turnout.

In addition to filmmaking, music is one of Brock’s biggest influences. He is the lead singer and songwriter of the internationally touring act Little Tybee, which has produced four full-length albums of original music. With Little Tybee, Brock has toured in North America, Central America and Europe. Because of Scott’s musical experience, his visual storytelling style is rhythmic, blending the empathetic power of art and music with the real-life stories of people making a difference.