Scott Speer

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Scott Speer (born June 5, 1982) is an American music video director born in San Diego, California. At age 23 he was signed with HSI Productions, and in 2006 Speer received the MVPA Award for Directorial Debut of the Year for the music video of "Stars" by Switchfoot. In 2007 he won his first MTV Video Music Awards Latin America in México, for his work with "Bella Traicion" by the Mexican pop sensation Belinda. He did several music videos for Belinda. In June 2007, he directed a three-part video series for the High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale. These videos included "He Said She Said," "Not Like That," and "Suddenly" released on her DVD There's Something About Ashley. In 2009, he again directed music videos for Ashley Tisdale for It's Alright It's OK and Crank It Up from her album Guilty Pleasure. In addition to directing, Scott produced and second unit directed the feature film The Beat, an official selection of the 2003 Sundance Film Festival, and remains deeply involved in independent films. In 2010 Scott directed The LXD episode "Duet". Scott will direct 'Step Up 4' which is set to be released in 2012.


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