Hello, I'm Harry Stott, a producer and writer with experience working in development and production for film, TV, radio and podcasts. My documentary work focuses on everything that interests me, including music, culture, politics and all the places these intersect, while my fiction work has been in drama, comedy and more. I've produced documentaries in audio and video for prestigious international production houses in the US, Europe and the UK, including Frequency Machine, The Producers, Noon Films, Batabat, Totally Wired and more, as well as creating, writing and developing my own series and fiction projects. My skills lie in bringing ideas from concept to fruition and pitching them to prestigious international clients, whether it's creating an original animated documentary series, producing audio documentaries or intimate filmed factual projects. I'm looking for work in documentary, factual and fiction development, including research roles, script editing and all pre production, as well as production roles for radio and podcasts.
Series CreatorNoon Films
MUTE THE ALGORITHM is a series of 8 x 5-10 minute animated videos that each tell unique, personal stories about the most exciting new music being created all around the world. Think: a thrilling motorbike journey through the Sahara to find a mysterious nomadic keyboard player; music born from tragedy in the serene coast of northern Japan; the afrofuturistic sounds bringing hope to post-Apartheid South Africa; and what it means for an exiled Venezuelan to make music about their conflict stricken home. Currently in development, the series will explore the intersections between global culture, history and musical traditions through the lives and creative processes of each country’s most talented artists, revealing the tales behind music going on outside your frame of reference. The series is a co-production with Noon Films and will feature a team of award winning international animators, including BlinkmyBrain, Hue&Cry, Moth Studio, Freddy Arenas, Xoana Herrera and Andrew Khosaravani.
Working with the documentary and feature production house Batabat on developing a number of documentary projects. The most exciting of these was a series pitched to Netflix looking at the world's most innovative sustainable projects, everywhere from the Himalayas to Silicon Valley. Gained invaluable experience and knowledge from award winning executive producers on developing stories, finding subjects and the realities of bringing large scale, complex projects to fruition.
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