Scott Barker is a director/editor who began his career creating an award-winning guerrilla documentary about competitive street corner sign spinners. Since then he has worked in a wide variety of genres, including scripted and reality TV, cartoon kid shows, and VR films that have taken him to Asia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Africa, around Europe, and of course all over the US. While most of his work focuses on oppressed people, some notable subjects include Harrison Ford, Jane Goodall, Richard Branson, and Arianna Huffington. His work has brought him awards, played at many film festivals such as One World and Sundance, and has been seen by millions nationally and internationally on TV. Scott holds to the universal truth that good storytelling transcends genre and medium and great stories leverage the medium they are told in to shape minds, challenge ideas, and inspire generations. In everything he does from marketing to social change he's not afraid to rip apart the accepted standards to find something new, engaging, and exciting.