THOMAS SCOTT STANTON is an award winning cinematographer, artist, photographer, and filmmaker with a unique artistic approach to storytelling and collaboration. His ability to capture powerful imagery while still focusing on the emotional context of the characters and story has garnered much attention.
Stanton's technical expertise with all film formats, the latest digital technologies, DI, VFX, and post production help ensure that every story is able to be beautifully captured and delivered to its' highest potential. Capturing the wide range of human emotions and serving the director's vision and story are the most important aspects of his work.
Most recently he lensed ALL ABOUT NINA directed by Eva Vives and starring Mary Elizabeth WInstead, Common, and Beau Bridges. He lensed Brandon Camp's adaptation of BENJI for Blumhouse which will be released by NETFLIX on March 16, 2018. TAKE ME TO THE RIVER had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and is being distributed by Film Movement. GROWING UP SMITH had its world premiere at the International Seattle Film Festival and was selected as one of the top five features in the festival.
He has lensed features with such actors as Kris Kristofferson, Beau Bridges, Dale Dickey, Robin Weigert, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Common, Josh Hamilton, Gina Gershon, Gillian Jacobs, Josh Hamilton, Luis Guzman, John Corbett, Justin Long, Jerry O'Connell, Jason Lee, Hilarie Burton, and BENJI to name a few.
The short film "deliá" played at the 2015 International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE in Bydgoszcz, Poland in November.