In addition to his work as executive producer on multiple series for television, such as Turning Point, American Ride, Studio C, and Granite Flats, Scott is best known for his work in IMAX. He has produced for Disney Roving Mars, for National Geographic the $100 million IMAX hit Mysteries of Egypt, Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure for NOVA, and Amazon, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1998. He produced or directed independent feature films including Rigoletto, Buttercream Gang, Seasons of the Heart, Wildest Dreams, Split Infinity, and Secret of Treasure Mountain as well as Legacy, Testaments, and Luke II for the LDS Church.
After serving as director of media for the “I’m a Mormon” campaign for the LDS Church’s Missionary Department, he joined BYU Broadcasting as the director of content in late 2010.
Scott attended BYU as a Trustees scholar and graduated in 1980 with a degree in film directing. He has worked on every continent and in 50 countries worldwide.
He and his wife, Debra Kunz Swofford, are the parents of four children.