Scott McCullough Director of Photography


Scott McCullough is a very pragmatic, passionate, stylistic and contemporary director with a visual foundation in design and action. His many prestigious national/international awards with repeat Fortune 500 clientele establishes his successful ability to deliver exceptional results on hundreds of commercial and branded content projects. Usually serving as his own DP, McCullough brings a style, speed and action crucial to todays advertising.

He continues to work with top tier clients to this day, including Pepsi, Ford, NASCAR, GM, Polaris, Jeep, Kumho Tires, Coors and Budweiser. He has been honoured at the AICP, Addy’s, Effie’s, Vision, Auroras, Cannes, Telly’s (18-time), and 2-time Adweek’s Best Commercial of the Year – among many more.

Scott was then enlisted to write, direct, shoot and edit the first-ever 70mm NASCAR’s Thunder Dome 100% for RJ Reynolds, which was considered the world’s largest mobile theatre. He has worked with most of the world’s top NASCAR drivers, including the legendary Paul Newman, Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Jeff Gordon among others.

Scott was discovered by rock icon Prince who valued his unique shooting style, sense of humour and true excitement for the craft. Scott worked with Prince for three years on projects, including the Sexy MF, Gett Off and Diamonds and Pearls home videos, where he was honoured for collaborations on 8 RIAA Gold certifications and worked with George Clinton, Carmen Electra, Colby O’Donnis, Mizz Nina and many more.

Feature work includes McCullough as a director/dp for Artemple (Gone Girl, Benjamin Button, Pirates of the Caribbean). “Captain For Dark Mornings” his feature war biopic, attached Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now, The Departed) and Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years).