Scott is an award-winning Director of Photography in film and video, working on all seven continents. Specializing in remote documentary-style adventure, natural history, sport and science projects, Scott is most adept in remote and challenging locations and conditions. An accomplished skier, climber and kayaker, Scott has climbed Mt Everest three times, won an Emmy for NBC’s Ford Ironman 2011 World Championship, was nominated for an Emmy in 2017, 2016 and 2012 for his work on the Ironman World Championship and in 2006 (for Deadliest Catch) and in 2021 for iFit Everest: A Trek to Basecamp. He won the Banff film festival audience award in 2005, 2006 and 2008 and a National Museum Award for his work the Utah Museum of Natural History in 2012. The Utah Museum of Natural History exhibited Scott’s work in the “Our Backyard” installation, 2020.
Scott has his FAA drone pilot 107 certification and has completed a LIDAR certificate of completion from the Remote Sensing GIS Center of Expertise and US Army Corp of Engineers.
Scottie Simper – what a blast from the past…..David Hamlin here. My friend – how are you? I’ve found myself thinking about you a lot during these crazy times. Much love to you and your family. We have many years and stories to catch up on. Perhaps we can talk sometime in the next few weeks? My email: email@example.com. All the best my friend, D Ham
Hey Scott, this is Krista Cullimore from 30+ years ago at Dynatrornics. My dad was going through his journals the other day and said what ever happened to Scott Simper. I said I didn’t know and googled you…..and here you are. Looks like you are living your dream, that’s so awesome. Both my dad and I would like to say Congratulations and we are so genuinely happy for you. Would love to catch up sometime.
Wishing the best for you and your family,
Krista and Kelvyn