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Clyde Scott
Video and Production Designer

Clyde Scott is a director and digital artist living in Miami, FL.   

He has created short films, national and international commercials and promos, and has designed visuals for stadium concert tours, micro-plays, and chamber and orchestral performances.  In the mid-1990s Mr. Scott founded Electric Sheep—a Miami Beach-based design boutique specializing in motion graphics—where he and his team crafted film and broadcast visuals for clients such as Disney, Shakira, MTV, Sony, and Caravan Pictures.  In the early 2000s he joined the staff of the New World Symphony and in the following years worked closely with architect Frank Gehry and Gehry Partners on the unprecedented integration of HD video and immersive projection technology into the New World Center.   

For the past twenty years Mr. Scott has worked closely with musicians and ensembles to explore the intersection of live music and video projection.  To that end he has designed projections for the world premiere of Shaun Naidoo's Sentient Weather, the U.S. premiere of Kurt Weill’s Little Magic Night Music and Luc Ferrari’s Sexolidad, and for performances of John Cage’s The Seasons and Renga, George Antheil’s A Jazz Symphony, Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, Camille Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals, Heitor Villa-Lobos’ Chôros No. 10, Steve Reich's Violin Phase, Milton Babbitt’s All Set, Niccolo Castiglione’s Inverno In-ver, and Gavin Bryars’ One Last Bar, Then Joe Can Sing.  Recently he has collaborated with choreographer Rosie Herrera and the Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre to create over 20 short video works for performances of music by John Adams, Philip Glass, Michael Nyman, Michael Gandolfi, Arturo Márquez, Ted Hearne and others. 

In 2018, Musical America recognized Mr. Scott’s innovative contributions to the world of performing arts by naming him one of its Professionals of the Year.