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Scott Henriksen

Scott's upbringing in Hermosa Beach, CA, revolved around capturing the essence of Southern California life through his photography, focusing on subjects like skateboarding and surfing. He pursued his passion by graduating from Art Center College of Design in 1992 with a specialization in photography.

Scott's portfolio boasts a collection of iconic music videos, including collaborations with renowned director Spike Jonze on videos such as Wax's "California" and Weezer's "Buddy Holly." He has also worked with acclaimed filmmaker Anton Corbijn on videos like Metallica's "Hero of The Day" and Depeche Mode's "Barrel of A Gun." Director McG enlisted Scott's talent for capturing visuals in music videos such as Smashmouth's "Walking On The Sun" and Sugar Ray's "Fly," among many others. Additionally, Scott has teamed up with director Bryan Buckley on numerous Super Bowl commercials, including memorable ones like Monster dot com's "When I Grow Up" and Xbox's "We All Win."

Scott's expertise extends beyond music videos and commercials. He has contributed his visual storytelling skills to various narrative projects, including shooting the Netflix film "The Babysitter: Killer Queen," directed by McG. His work on the live-action short film "Asad" earned an Oscar nomination. He has also lent his talents to films like "Pirates of Somalia," "The Bronze," and documentaries for the U.N.H.C.R., which took him to South Sudan and refugee camps in Kenya, shedding light on important humanitarian issues.

Overall, Scott's body of work showcases his versatility and ability to capture compelling visuals across different mediums and genres, leaving a lasting impact on audiences.

Scott has worked with prestigious brands like Hyundai, Nissan, Toyota, BMW, Microsoft, Apple and Verizon to name a few.



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