To say Scott Enlow's career thus far has been eclectic is an understatement. From covering the first all-race elections in South Africa in '94, to spending 26 months frozen in Antarctica, to shooting in the Amazon basin, he's up for any challenge, any adventure. He's had the opportunity to work with an extensive list of recording artists in studio and on the road that include John Fogerty, Faith Hill, Willie Nelson, Peter Frampton and Garth Brooks. A few broadcast credits include Hospital, a thirteen part series for the Discovery Channel, several VH1 Behind the Music segments, graphics packages and live camera for concert specials and awards shows including the Country Music Weekly People's Choice Awards and the Dove Awards, and three interactive natural science series' for PBS that included the first ever live broadcast from the South Pole. Scott's an avid rock climber and is currently working on a series of home video release projects on bouldering, sport, aid, ice, and traditional climbing.