Julian Scott started his career at the BBC, which provided a solid technical foundation, and where he worked on the Corporation's flagship national, and international broadcasts.
Julian moved to Imagination as one of the original pioneering team. He worked with Imagination's most prestigious clients, on major product launches.
Imagination grew into a major force through creative and technological innovation.
Julian set up Sound Affects, to allow him to concentrate his efforts in composition and sound design, and has continued to build his reputation and international acclaim.
His work is diverse; from orchestral scores in the cinema ('The Troop' had a Royal Premiere in 1999), powerful multi-media in major exhibitions such as Expo 2000, and the Millennium Dome, major inaugurations and milestones (Thames Barrier, Channel Tunnel, G8 summit, EMI centenary) National TV broadcasts (Trafalgar 200, Marking midnight 2005/6) to global events like the Olympics and Commonwealth Games.
Julian is equally at home writing for The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, as he is developing unique soundtracks, using state of the art computer resources.