Hi, my name is Scott Ambrozy I've been in the film industry for over 20 years in one capacity or another. I was born in Philly, raised in Jersey, moved to LA in the 80’s where I studied acting at the Loft Studios until I moved to Milan to pursue an opportunity as a photographer in fashion. I spent the 90's living in NYC studying the Meisner technique at the Acting Studio where I performed in several off broadway plays with the Chelsea Rep. During this time I also produced my first short film, “A Stranger Within”. This led to my pursuit and great love of film and story. I was fortunate to have a small career as an AD for such films as “Heavy”, “Girlstown”, and “Welcome to the Doll House” along with a handful of others. My experimental pieces showed in galleries in NYC and Tokyo. I teamed up with Morgan Spurlock to create and produce the first online variety show “The Instant Show” sponsored by Sony. This led to the creation of a website “I Bet You Will” which later sold to MTV and went into production for a few seasons. We found an ability to do a lot with scarce resources. So we went on to make the Oscar nominated documentary “Supersize Me” with a budget of $65,000, the film grossed $21 Million at the box office. THAT WAS AWESOME! I will always continue to work on independent projects and develop exciting material. I learned the value of owning content and all I think about now is developing and owning awesome and amazing content. It is the story that drives us. It is the story that informs us. We see it in all things. Then we recognize the mirror. And thats the spark, the connection to the oneness of all things. And that is why I love the art of storytelling and film. Recently I have been the brand ambassador for the online video clip resource library . Espousing the joys of passive income for anyone who has a phone. I recently moved from Los Angeles to Phoenix to escape the pandemic with my wife Lynnette and our two children Roman and Scotlyn. We are hunkered down for now, using this time to create. It was during the Bubonic plague that Newton discovered gravity. So...we got that going for us.