Paddy Scott

Expedition Cameraman, photographer and Filmmaker

Paddy is an experienced expedition cameraman and photographer and has worked in some of the world’s most remote and hostile regions. Paddy is also a licensed drone pilot and operator.

Paddy has worked in just about every weather and landscape extreme that this planet offers and no matter how difficult the conditions are Paddy is able to use his skills as both a cameraman and photographer to provide stunning imagery and footage. Recent expeditions include Antarctica, Greenland, the Amazon and the Himalayas.

Expedition Cameraman and Photographer

Polarice10 – Greenland
Paddy’s first Polar expedition was to Greenland documenting an attempt to kite ski the entire distance from one side of Greenalnd to the other. In Greenland Paddy fell in love with working as an expedition photographer, with the technical challenges and triumphs that extreme conditions present, and with the importance of documenting the endeavors of people and animals in earths environments.

Willis Resilience Expedition
Paddy was the sole expedition cameraman and photographer documnenting 19 year old Parker Liautaud and Doug Stoup’s record breaking attempt on a new route to the south pole. As part of this expedition Paddy was part of the two man research team that enabled us to deliver the world’s first live video broadcast from Antarctica over the Iridium network – something which took several months of research and development in the UK and Iceland. Paddy was then the only memeber of this team on location at the pole to make this broadcast happen.

Part of the team to take a Massey Furguson tractor to the South Pole in honour of the 1958 Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition. Here again, as the only member of the broadcast team on the ground, Paddy was able to fasilitate a live broadcast from the South Pole. As in the the Willis Resilience Expedition, this expedition was supported by Arctic Trucks, many of who’s drivers, mechanics, and engineers, Paddy has built close working relationships with.

Paddle boarding the Amazon
Sailing up the Rio Negro from the Amazon, Paddy and the team explored some of the more remote areas of the Rio Negro. Exploring the waterways on paddle boards meant the team were able to access points that canoes or kayaks could not reach. Paddy’s photographs of the expedition were published in SUP Journal and Condé Nast Traveller.


Whether it is, climbing, mountaineering, canoeing or paddleboarding, Paddy is most at home on expedition.