Scott Ruderman is an award winning filmmaker and creative professional who has worked on documentary film projects for Netflix, Hulu, Discovery, A&E Originals, Channel NewsAsia, and HBO. His documentary short , Piano Craftman, was awarded Best Director at the Madrid Art Film Festival and premiered at the 2020 Coney Island Film Festival which was nominated for Best Doc Short. Ruderman has recently worked as a cinematographer across the new Netflix series, (Un)Well and Taste the Nation, which was nominated for an IFP Gotham Award as Best Breakthrough Series. Earlier this year, Scott was a Director of Photography on Netflix's Explained and in 2019 he was the Director of Photography on Whiter Shade of Terror, a film about the the global spread of anti-muslim rhetoric and an increasingly violent white supremacy movement which aired in 28 countries. In late 2018, Scott was a producer on the USA production of the Unanswered Ives Documentary which was awarded the Czech Crystal for “Best Documentary Dedicated to Music, Dance and Theater” at the 2019 Golden Prague Film Festival.
Currently, I freelance on a contractual basis and willing to travel for production. I own state of the art camera gear, professional sound equipment and HD lighting.
I have been in the industry since 2013.