Scott Walton


Scott is an accomplished editor with a committed focus on documentary. He has edited several award winning documentaries and has been nominated for an AFI Award for Best Editing in a Documentary.

With a background in architecture, Scott found an affinity with the world of filmmaking and was compelled to make the move. Initially he worked creatively in video installation and theatre, and then started making music videos.

As a co-founding member of production house 50/50 Films, director/editor Scott has received seven ARIA Award nominations for Best Australian Music Video and collaborated with artists such as actor Russell Crowe, director Ron Howard, Australian rock band Powderfinger, World Champion Boxer Anthony Mundine and AFL star Ben Cousins. Scott has nearly 30 years creative experience and the last 14 years have been focused on editing. Scott’s other screen credits include ‘The Curse of the Gothic Symphony’, nominated for a 2012 AACTA Award for best feature length documentary.

‘The Worm Hunters’ won the prestigious Jackson Hole Jury Prize and numerous other awards, whilst ‘Rare Chicken Rescue’ was nominated for four AFI Awards, winning Best Sound in a Documentary.