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Through movement, I have been able to experience new cultures and places which constantly change my view of the world. Here is a collection of some of the things I have seen, and some of the things I've been working on.


So, long and short, in the last three months my life exploded. It would be difficult to even write a chapter as wild as the one I have had, but it happened, so I pressed the eject button and booked flights back to Tokyo.

I was there in spring of this year and that trip only made stronger my wish to be in Japan as much as possible. This particular trip was focused around one thing, improving my Japanese. I arrived into the sauna that is summer in japan, an oven of 35 degree heat and 90% humidity. You cannot walk for long outside without drenching yourself in sweat, so its a bit of a pain to go anywhere during those months.

I dove into four lessons a week, along with attempting to speak as much as possible with my friends. I also committed to pushing myself into tricky situations such as visiting restaurants alone and making small-talk with other natives, taking taxis, shopping and going out with all Japanese people and speaking 90% Japanese only. It was wonderful to also widen my circle in Japan, being introduced to friends of friends and see some cool art galleries and resturants!

I also got really into taking photos looking up at buildings so here are a bunch of those too!

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I travelled to Tokyo with three of my friends to shoot the culmination of a year of planning, a Yakuza Parkour POV chase video. It had been my one singular goal for the last five years, to get a project that would bring my parkour team to Japan, and I had finally done it.

You can see the actual project we created here, along with the behind the scenes vlog, so this post will focus on other images from the trip. All of these taken on my trust iPhone + NOMO Cam combo, across a range of locations in Japan, mostly shot during the few minutes spare we had each day!

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異世界 (Another World)

After being unable to visit Japan since 2019 because the borders were literally closed for two years, I finally visited my home away from home, Tokyo.

This trips intended purpose was as a location scouting trip. The amazing collaboration with Hello-o my name is… had blossomed and after the huge success of the first ‘Secret Agent Chase POV’ I had made, they wanted us to make another one, but this time in Japan! My dream of taking my team to my favourite country was becoming a reality, with plans to shoot in 2023, and I could not believe it.

I spent four weeks in Japan, two of which were travelling around the country visiting potential shoot locations for next years POV, planning potential choreography and making relationships with both the Hello team and MonPK, who are Japanese parkour friends and would be supporting the project.

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Time Well Spent

I had so much fun touring with Puppet at the start of this year, when he told me he was doing it again in the autumn on the east coast of the USA, and asked if I wanted to join for a couple shows, of course I did. This leg would be a show in New York city, then down to Philadelphia and Washington DC.

It’s always a good time getting over to New York, and it’s one of my favourite major cities in the world. Being surrounded by such scale with the buildings, the people, the mishmash of dirt and grime and shiny and new.

Also different on this mini-tour was that we drove, where we had previously flown. It was nice to get some time in the truck enjoying the great American pastime of driving haha!

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Hello-o my name is…

As part of the ongoing work I have been doing for Hello-o my name is… I have been shooting portraits of the new glasses as they come in to complement the action clips we have been filming.

It’s been pretty fun to get new, unique glasses every few months, and I’ve been enjoying getting Harrison, Connor and Shane out and about for these micro shoots.

Check out some of the images I’ve shot for Hello, starting with Harrison!

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Imagine it’s 8PM and you get a phone call.

‘Hey Scott, we have a spare ticket to Dubai, flights at 10AM tomorrow, going for a week, do you want to come? It leaves from Liverpool so you’ll have to drive here tonight though. Yes or no.’

So of course, I said yes. Immediately packed a bag, and did the 4 hour drive to Liverpool, arriving there at 2am. Quick sleep, wake up at 7AM and off to the airport, straight to Dubai.

Yeah I wasn’t planning on that either.

Anyway here are photos from Dubai!

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New Year in USA

To celebrate the release of his upcoming new album, Puppet held a mini-tour across a few cities in America. He invited me to join and shoot the shows, and maybe make a small little music video. As I was going to be in America, I made sure to stop off at Denver to meet my friend Matthew first, where we thoroughly explored the wonders of Colorado including a trip up Pikes Peak. Then onto the tour which comprised of LA, Seattle and finally back to Denver.

It was nice to get back to LA considering it was pretty cold in New York and the UK, so wearing a T-shirt for a few days was a and treat! We decided to rent a huge red truck and park in the lot of an abandoned K-mart, because it looked cool and I roped my good friend Omar Zaki in to do a backflip for the music video. We also got out to Sepulveda dam for a little skate which was lovely! Seattle was damp and we only had the one night there, and the return to Denver was more snow! Anyway check out the music video we made and the shots from the trip!

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I popped up to Scotland for a weekend to visit my friend Alex, who has recently moved there. I’ve never been to Edinburgh before but I ended up really enjoying it! It’s a pretty interesting place as it’s all built around the castle, and then sprawls out from there. Secondly, there is what is basically a huge mountain (Arthurs Seat) thats right in the middle of the city, so we went for a hike up that and the view was spectacular.

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Summer of 21

It’s been a pretty hot and sticky summer, and this one I have spent out in the city with the AMPISOUND team for the most part. While working away on a few projects for the future, the last few months have been a nice moment to get back into the swing of being outside all summer again.

I have recently been really enjoying an app called ‘NOMO’ which does this wonderful Kodak emulation, and looks pretty authentic, so this summer I spent a lot of time playing with that to capture some unique moments with my friends.

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Circle Theory

I had so much fun making Full Circle last year, our video that was shot entirely on a 360 camera and allowed me to completely reinvent my style of filming, so I had to make another project in this style.

I collaborated with a ton of athletes, capturing longer and longer parkour lines using new and inventive methods such as my wire camera setup, a longer camera pole and filming an extensive parkour line while passing the camera from person to person. I’m also writing this post the day after my birthday so, you have even more reasons to check out the project haha!

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On Ascent 2

So the world is still pretty wild and we’ve been in and out of lockdowns, unable to travel and even meeting to shoot or train has at times been difficult. That being said, this autumn things have started to ease up so we finally got to shooting On Ascent 2, which was a project we had talked about for years. Shane Griffin is a phenomenal urban climber and we had wanted to shoot another, dedicated climbing project, in a more cinematic way than the first On Ascent project.

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One Day with George Mayfield

George Mayfield is one of my favourite people to shoot parkour photos with, and I have shot a LOT of parkour photos. We planned to do a single day shooting around the Brunswick Centre and if we had time, Barbican.

Firstly, just getting into the Brunswick centre was a little bit of a mission, but with some careful tailgating we managed to get access. I’m sure it’s a fairly well known building to londoners but I had never even heard of it before George (AKA Pat) mentioned it would be a cool shoot location.

Arriving into this amazing concrete atrium, I knew we would cook up something cool together.

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