Scott K. Foley is an independent filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York whose award-winning films and videos have screened at festivals across the globe.
Scott's film, Jessica, a slice-of-life drama that asks whether coming-of-age can ever come too late, is his first feature, and he is very happy with the film’s success, which includes multiple screenings, both national and international, as well as awards such as Best Drama, Best Director and the Grand Prix award from the 2016 Chelsea Film Festival in New York.
Scott has been working in the film and TV industry for over a decade. He began as a cinematographer, but in 2009, after being given the chance to produce a scripted pilot for Spike TV, he moved out of the camera department and into producing and directing. Since that time Scott has completed projects for a variety of high-profile clients, working in documentary, scripted television, and film.