EFFIE Gold winner, Summit Awards winner, Golden Cine award winner, US Film Festival winner, Cannes Film Festival finalist commercials, The New York Festival, Gold World Medal, Bronze World Medal, REMI Award for Houston International Film Festival, Sonoma Valley Film Festival, Method Fest Film Festival, Orinda Film Festival, Indie producer Film Festival, finalist International Cinema and Technology Tour, FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE BIARRITZ 2003 Jury Award, La Réalisation Intégrale Best Director, Circo de Ciurto (Italy) Best Short, 3 AURORA-Platinum & Best of Show, The New York Festivals: 2 Silver Medals, Bronze Medal, 3 CINDI gold awards/Intercom Awards-Silver Plaque, National ITVA: Bronze-Gold-Silver, US International Film Festival: 2 Certificates of Creative Excellence, ADWEEK Top Spots 1998 and 1994, 18 TELLY Advertising Award winner, 3 ADDY award winner, AXIEM top award for Excellence in Advertising, Best of Show, 3 ITVA award winner, 16 Minnesota Music Video Awards & “Director of the year”, 2-time ADWEEK top spots and more.
A national/international award winning director, cinematographer, and editor, Scott McCullough has filmed well over two hundred commercial projects and continues to stay busy shooting commercials for many fortune 500 companies.
Discovered by musician and legend Prince, together he and McCullough also collaborated on 24 projects (and over 20 live shows) including the RIAA Gold home videos “Gett Off”, “Diamonds and Pearls”, “Sexy M.F.” and with artists such as Carmen Electra, The Time, Mavis Staples and Tevin Campbell. His last music video for MizzNina with Colby O’Donis (on Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance” and 2009’s “What You Got” feat. Akon) “What You Waiting For” #1 chart Malaysia/MTVAsia hit with over 3 million Youtube hits.
Some of his commercial clients include work with screen legend Paul Newman for PacifiCare, General Motors, Buick, Pontiac, Ford, GMC, Jeep, KIA, Ford, The Home Depot, Lowe’s, Sprint, Direct TV, EA Sports, NASCAR, Coors Light, Budweiser, AMTRAK, Sony PlayStation, Target, Best Buy, and many other national/international brands.
In addition to commercials, McCullough has branched out into longer form projects. NASCAR/Winston Cup and R.J. Reynolds relied on McCullough as director/director of photography/art director/writer/editor of the 11-minute, $4.5 million, 70 mm widescreen production titled, “Thunder Dome—100%.” Which screened in what has been dubbed the “worlds largest mobile theater”.
McCullough has several high-profile feature films in active development with him attached to direct.