Clyde Scott (video) is a video director and digital artist who has created national commercials, visuals for stadium concert tours, short films, and video art for live classical music performances. He founded Electric Sheep, a Miami Beach-based design boutique specializing in motion graphics, which has crafted film and broadcast visuals for clients such as Disney, Shakira, MTV, Sony, and Caravan Pictures. As a staff member at New World Symphony, he worked closely with architect Frank Gehry and Gehry Partners on the integration of video and projection technology into the New World Center. Mr. Scott has directed more than seventy live high-definition simulcasts and he has also created original video art for the world premiere of Shaun Naidoo’s Sentient Weather, the US premiere of Luc Ferrari’s Sexolidad, and for performances of Cage’s The Seasons and Renga (both with the San Francisco Symphony), Antheil’s A Jazz Symphony, Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, Steve Reich’s Violin Phase, Babbitt’s All Set, and Gavin Bryars’s One Last Bar, Then Joe Can Sing. Mr. Scott recently collaborated with choreographer Rosie Herrera and the Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre to create nearly thirty short works of video art for performances of music by John Adams, Philip Glass, Michael Nyman, Michael Gandolfi, Arturo Márquez, and Ted Hearne.