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Jamie Scott has always wanted to be an artist and by the time he was 8 years old, he knew he would specialize in visual effects (even if he still didn’t know the name). He studied media production at the University of Bournemouth (United Kingdom), with a specialization in 3D animation, and began his career in 1999 at the award-winning post-production centre The Mill in London. From there, he rose through the ranks to become a leading artist working on many award-winning commercials, music videos and short films. In 2003, he moved to New York and worked for another three years at The Mill. In 2006, he joined Mass Market/ Psyop New York where he still gets many awards. After a brief stint in Los Angeles, he returned to New York and began working as a freelancer. He then had the opportunity to work on many other creative media, including oil painting and photography.

He began experimenting with accelerated photography in 2010. His first short film was "Autumn" and covered the fall season in Central Park. Much to his surprise, the film was shown everywhere, from The Weather Channel to the Huffington Post. His next film, "Spring", was even more successful and was presented at Times Square in New York as part of the Times Square Arts series Midnight Moments. It is screened on 60 digital screens every night for a month in 2018. Since then, he has shot and produced time-lapse pieces for notable clients, including Dell, Chanel, Target, Spotify and Florence and the Machine. He continues to work as a visual effects artist and time-lapse photographer.


Jamie Scott