Scott Goldman is an award winning producer, director, and editor that has been in the production industry since the early 1980’s. He started as a music engineer and producer in Miami during the evolution of the Miami Bass sound. He was known to bring a rock and roll infusion to bass and hip hop music at a time when it was a new, fresh and original approach. Goldman worked with a multitude of prominent artists during that time and had regular records in radio and club rotation throughout South Florida and the east coast. Goldman got involved in video production in the early 1990’s in Denver, Colorado.
Scott Goldman has produced, directed, and edited many national and international commercial campaigns for a broad range of clients including Polaroid Fotobar, Hershey’s/Cadbury, Party City, Martucci Shoes, Austrailian Gold, Sheets Enrgy, and The National Volleyball League. He is also known for his work on many music videos. Goldman spent time working as a producer/editor of many promotional spots for ION Media Networks. His work with ION included many movies and shows including “Criminal Minds”, “Cold Case”, “Without A Trace” and “House”. Scott also worked as both a segment producer and an editor for the “Praise the Lord” show on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Scott also produced and directed segments for the hit television show “Designing Spaces”, seen weekly on Lifetime Network. He was also instrumental in developing content for the Polaroid University online learning curriculum. “The Daydream”, a short film that Goldman co-produced and co-directed with his long time best friend Marc Serota, was awarded “Best Film” at the L.A.N.N.E.F.F. in 2012.
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Marc Serota is world renown award winning photographer., having logged 15+ years with Reuters news agency shooting the biggest News, Entertainment and Sports storys from 1990-2005 from Super Bowls, the Olympic games, the World Series, the Stanley Cup, the Daytona 500, PGA events around the country, the NBA Finals and the Democratic National Convention to the Academy Awards and the MTV Awards. He has most recently been contributing to Corbis, the AP and Getty Images in mostly the Sporting and entertainment world. Marc continues to run his Studio in South Florida and shoots for clients like Reebok & Nike. He contributes to magazines such as Sports Illustrated & ESPN as well as clients such as Nabisco, MTV, Kawai Keyboards, General Mills, The Miami Heat, Florida Panthers,Florida Marlins and many others. Nothing is outside his limits.
As a filmmaker and videographer Serota has take his eye and his talents to develop his skills as a Director of Photography, Lead Camerman and Drone Operator working on projects for clients such as the NBA, the PGA, Nitro Circus and the development of the Polaroid University platform.
Marc is a graduate of the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale, and he often lectures and teaches people of all ages in South Florida. “Nobody gets anywhere in life without help from others”.
Serota has also begun teaching Fashion, Sports, Food, Travel and Editorial photography workshops in the Turks and Caicos, the Bahamas, Mexico, the Gulf Coast of Florida and the Florida Keys. Serota will begin workshops and educational video projects in Germany, Australia and India in the Fall of 2017.
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