Stella Scott is a writer and director from London. She graduated with a 1st in Performance: Design and Practice from Central Saint Martins and worked in the art department and in production for Revolution Films and for theatre companies Punchdrunk, Secret Cinema and Immersive Cult. She created her first short films in collaboration with Kid’s Company. She has since written, directed, shot and edited commercial and editorial films for brands and editorial platforms such as adidas, Gucci, Chanel, i-D, Nowness and the Tate featuring Bobby Gillespie, Sofia Richie, Michael Clark, Edie Campbell, Aaron Ramsey and others. She has made films for artists Hassan Hajjaj, Mark Wallinger, Alice Hawkins and Ellen Von-Unwerth.
Her original written, film and photographic work has been commissioned by Film London, HIVE, Dazed Digital and Victoria Miro. Her films have been screened at Underwire, East End Film Festival, CPH:Market, Frontline, The Smalls and the Barbican Festival, and have won a Vimeo Staff Pick and a gold Lovie. She has developed a compelling storytelling style that aims to push the possibility of the small screen experience, and is invested in creating indigenous work with new British talent. She runs screening and filmmaking programmes with BECTU and HIVE and collaborates closely with London youth service organisations such as Livity, Platform and Immediate Theatre.