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Clarence Scott Jr., b. 1989

Based in Memphis, Tennessee, USA

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Clarence Scott Jr. was born in Memphis, Tennessee on January 12, 1989. The oldest of three children, he has always shown a love for technology at an early age. Clarence is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, earning his Bachelors degree in Mass Communication-Production. He presently works in the Media team at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church, having previously served as Post-Production Assistant at Greater Imani Church for four years and Editor for WREG-TV Memphis.

CScottRun is the long-gestating vision of Clarence Scott Jr. to create a self-contained production brand. The priority objective of CScottRun is to build its freelance brand through a reputation of strong product and customer following in the Greater Memphis Area. Services range from (but are not limited to) commercial advertisements, short & long-form feature films, podcasts, and electronic press kits. Here at CScottRun, we believe in the art of telling stories. Help us tell yours.

AWARDS/HIGHLIGHTS

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2021: Cinematographer/Editor, "Groceries" (Short Film) - 2021 Indie Memphis Film Festival Selection

2019: Cinematographer/Editor, "The Story Of Randolph" (Feature Film) - Winner of "Best Film" at 2020 Mid-South Black Film Festival
2017: Camera Operator, "SILENT" (Short Feature)

Editor, "9" (Short)

2nd Camera, "Love Me Back" (Music Video)
2016: Editor, "Women Of Stax - Soul Sistahs" (Documentary)