Marc Scott has worked in New York City for over 30 years as a technical director, cameraman, and engineer for a major TV station and as a free lancer. He has been a Blue-Ribbon Panel Judge for the EMMY Awards. He is a winner of the Radio Television News Directors Association Edward R. Murrow Award for Outstanding Spot News. He has also shot many pieces which were Emmy award nominees and winners. He received his own Emmy award for camera work in 2000, and was nominated again in 2002. In 1997 he shot a project which was a FOLIO award winner. His subjects have ranged from such dignitaries as President George Bush, Pope John Paul II, and Princess Diana to Joey Buttafuoco and Amy Fischer. He has filmed thousands of stories for TV which have aired in over 100 different markets. He was the director of photography for the documentary "Mama's Pushcart" which has won international awards. He has also taught electronic graphics and camera. His former students are working at all of the major television networks in the United States. As an accomplished musician, Marc also creates exciting, original, and appropriate background music for many Make*Believe TV's clients.