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SCOTT HANCOCK • 603.568.5956



 Award-winning storyteller with extensive experience and talent in content creation, impact producing, and story editing • Proven cross-platform storyteller, both cinematic and digital; creative thinker with a dedication to collaboration and story. • Skilled and comfortable in creative, technical and managerial roles in production and postproduction • Well-connected and resourceful in mobilizing and managing talent and crew



Ideation, story visualization, creative direction for digital storytelling, call-to-action video and impact campaigns • Production and post-production problem solving and troubleshooting • Adobe Premiere CC, Avid MC8, FCP, other Creative Cloud applications, DSLR and HD cinematography and post-production workflows WORK HISTORY Producer/Director/Editor, Freelance, Holyoke, MA / Wells, Maine 2008 – pres.


Specializing in online storytelling and cross-platform videos, serving a wide variety of industries including tech, public relations, health care, non-profits, government, and more.


References available upon request.

Producer/Editor, Island Films, 2008 – 2012 • Artists of the Bahamas • Amos Ferguson – Match Me if you Can Son (winner best feature film – Bahamas International Film festival) • Brent Malone – Father of Bahamian Art • Jackson Burnside III – Native Editor, NoMoreNiceGirls Productions, 2007 – 2010 • The Heretics (world premier – Museum of Modern Art) Assistant Editor, Hott Productions/Florentine Films, 2005 – 2007 • The Return of the Cuyahoga (Aired on PBS) Freelance Editor, 2001-2005



Keene State College – 1995 – 2001 AWARDS • Best Biography/Character Study Film –2015 Doc Challenge, “Don’t Call Me Cute” Screened at 2015 Slamdance • PBS/POV award – 2013 Doc Challenge, “The Tower”, Screened at 2013 HotDocs • Granite State Filmmaker Award – 2004 New Hampshire Film Expo, “The New Voice of Fenway Park”

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