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Collective Spotlight: Scott Carthy

Scott Carthy

Discipline:

Director

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Location:

London



Scott began his career in the world of Graphic Design, graduating from Kingston University in London before moving to New York to work at Sagmeister and Walsh. Film has always been at the heart of his work and before leaving for New York he picked up a D&AD best of year award for his film 'How High'.

Whilst in New York Scott ingratiated himself in local street dancing communities that were finding themselves threatened by controversial legal bills. The results were two documentaries, '1050.6(C)' and 'Litefeet', which offered a unique and engaged perspective on these groups and the crisis they had found themselves in.



Litefeet has since been viewed hundreds of thousands of times, been featured widely online and won the audience award at the Lower East Side Film Festival. Scott has since gone onto produce another commissioned documentary with the dancers for FACT magazine, which was exclusively, sound-tracked by Ghost Face Killah and Badbadnotgood's recent collaborative album, 'Sour Soul'.

Litefeet
Hitters

Scott continues to work on his own documentary content with a recent short, 'Rocket Wars' being made for Nowness as well as taking on more brand powered work with projects for Jameson, Tate and Nest.

Scott is also currently working on a collaborative piece of film with the support of artist Simon Birch, which will be featured as part of The 14th Factory exhibition opening next Spring in New York.

Rocket Wars