Selected Skills
  • Color Management
  • Conform
  • Finishing/Delivery
What I Do
  • Commercials
  • Feature Narrative
  • Music Videos
  • Short Films

Scott Stacy is a mid-west colorist who grades narrative, documentary, commercial, and advertising genres. He enjoys working for clients such as Lee Jeans, Sprint, Paramount, and especially indie filmmakers. Scott is the Submissions Officer for the 2019 Colorist Society International Awards and serves on the Committee.

Scott brings a rich and textured life history to his work. Before becoming a colorist, Scott was behind a camera as a Director of Photography. In earlier chapters of his career, he spent his time as a working musician in Hollywood and San Francisco. There, lived behind a mixing console in post-production, recording music for film and rock & roll. Creativity in time-based forms has always been a native language for him.

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Tutorials by Scott Stacy

5 tutorials found.

Writing Legally Protective Bids & Quotes For Post Production Pros

Mixing Light's Attorney Seth Polanski Esq. shares how you can set fair legal Terms and Conditions when quoting and bidding jobs.

Leaning In: Handling the mental pressure of Post-Production

Mixing Light Contributor and Clinical Psychologist Scott Stacy, CSI shares tactics for dealing with intense emotions and difficult clients.

PixelTools Review: Is There Magical Pixie Dust in These PowerGrades?

A video review of how PixelTools uses the native tools in Davici Resolve to construct custom looks and utilities with PowerGrades.

Breaking Down A Black and White Film with a Violet Twist

Isolate an object in a black & white film, isolate its color, and use keys to shift hue, saturation, and gain. How hard can that be?

Creating A Western Look Using Color Space Transform & Emulation LUT

While creating a Western look, learn how to use a color space transform with a film print emulation LUT in DaVinci Resolve.