Scott McCullough is an American action/drama film director, and writer. Best known as a
director/dp for high-end commercials and music videos, McCullough’s most notable for
working with Prince, Paul Newman, NASCAR, Ford, GM, Budweiser, Pepsi, Kubota, Target
and many more Fortune 500 clients with top ad agencies such as Leo Burnett, Doner,
DDB, Team Detroit, Martin Williams, Deutsch, J. Walter Thompson and more.
McCullough’s feature film The Mission (12MM) is in pre-production/funding and he has
been developing several other features and television projects including co-writing the
Sublime biopic What I Got, the Vietnam PTSD war feature film Captain For Dark Mornings
(starring Martin Sheen). Other projects include the veteran-based dramatic series Spent Rounds is in development
along with other films including “1983” (starring Peter Facinelli), 26 Floors, Holiday Motel, The Flame and more.
McCullough was the creator, writer and director for R.J.Reynolds Thunder Theater 70mm NASCAR experience
film 100% and No Bull - billed as the world’s largest mobile theater. He also had directed/shot dozens of projects
for Prince at one of his most successful times in his career, including the gold RIAA rated (over 1MM in sales)
projects Gett Off home video, Diamonds and Pearls home video, Sexy M.F and over a dozen live concerts and
other films for the music icon.