Scott Dobson
Scott Dobson

Scott Dobson is an award winning Producer/Director with over 25 years experience in documentary filmmaking. Most recently, he directed Puffin Patrol and Carpe Diem for CBC's The Nature of Things. In 2016, he was story editor for Viceland’s new documentary series Payday. In 2012, he directed Church Of Elvis, a three-hour look the spiritual world of Elvis Presley, and its sister show Elvis In Love. Prior to that, he produced the very successful Spam: The Documentary for CBC Newsworld, which was broadcast around the world.

As producer/director, he created the award-winning Keep On Shucking documentary for Food TV Canada/US, produced many projects for the famed Second City in Toronto and Chicago, including TV spots, documentaries and the critically-acclaimed re-release of the beloved SCTV TV series onto DVD for the first time. He also produced two series exploring modern Canadian jazz and blues; the latter was nominated for the prestigious WC Handy Award by the Memphis Blues Society.