Clarence Scott Jr., b. 1989
Based in Memphis, Tennessee, USA
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.
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)