Christopher J. Scott co-founded Domicile Films, LLC, a production company that creates feature films as well as episodic series. As managing member, writer, producer, and director, he has contributed to a number of projects, including Forgiving Kevin, a film that chronicles a father’s attempt to protect his son from the damaging effects of heroin dependency. The film, written by Christopher J. Scott, draws from the journals of Larry Glenz for its source material.
Besides his commitment to Forgiving Kevin, Christopher J. Scott and Domicile Films are producing and directing Hood Pranks - The Movie. The film serves as an extension of the Hood Pranks web series and focuses on hidden camera prank content. Domicile has also contributed to recent cinematic projects like Anesthesia and Experimenter.
In addition to his love of filmmaking, Mr. Scott enjoys traveling the world for recreation as well as for business, and has visited six of the world’s seven continents. Christopher J. Scott also enjoys following sports and has a special fondness for the New York Giants professional football team.