Devan Scott

Adjunct Professor | Film Production

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Devan Scott is a graduate of Simon Fraser University’s film program and has worked as a cinematographer, colourist, and director for ten years. As a cinematographer, his work has screened around the world at the Toronto International Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Clermont Short Film Festival, and Busan International Film Festival among many others. As a colourist, his clients have included Google, Film Boldly, the Vancouver Canucks, the NFB, Wondershare, and Global Media. As an artist on the autism spectrum, he aims to find new ways in which to better represent the sensory and emotional experiences of neurodivergent individuals through the development of visual and aural textures.


Devan Scott

Adjunct Professor | Film Production
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Devan Scott is a graduate of Simon Fraser University's film program and has worked as a cinematographer, colourist, and director for ten years. As a cinematographer, his work has screened around the world at the Toronto International Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Clermont Short Film Festival, and Busan International Film Festival among many others. As a colourist, his clients have included Google, Film Boldly, the Vancouver Canucks, the NFB, Wondershare, and Global Media. As an artist on the autism spectrum, he aims to find new ways in which to better represent the sensory and emotional experiences of neurodivergent individuals through the development of visual and aural textures.

Devan Scott

Adjunct Professor | Film Production
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Devan Scott is a graduate of Simon Fraser University's film program and has worked as a cinematographer, colourist, and director for ten years. As a cinematographer, his work has screened around the world at the Toronto International Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival, Clermont Short Film Festival, and Busan International Film Festival among many others. As a colourist, his clients have included Google, Film Boldly, the Vancouver Canucks, the NFB, Wondershare, and Global Media. As an artist on the autism spectrum, he aims to find new ways in which to better represent the sensory and emotional experiences of neurodivergent individuals through the development of visual and aural textures.