President, Fleeting Image Animation
Speaking at Animex Talk
He joined Walt Disney Feature Animation during production of The Little Mermaid. Scott was part of the team that brought the first digital ink-and-paint system online for The Rescuers Down Under and was one of the designers of the ground-breaking ballroom sequence in Beauty and the Beast on The Lion King, he oversaw the development and production of all the CG effects, including the climactic wildebeest stampede.
At Warner Bros he worked on The Iron Giant and Looney Tunes: Back In Action. Scott helped to establish Enne Entertainment in Salamanca, Spain, instructing on production methods and advising on the facility infrastructure.
He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and was honoured with ASIFA/Hollywood's Ub Iwerks Technical Achievement Award in 2003.