Sometimes accidents happen.
… and then you go beyond!
Scott has built on the foundation of what he learned in producing the Roman Cascade video to create a second video which focuses on juggling fire. “Hot Hands” combines footage of Scott performing a routine, juggling balls which have been set on fire, choreographed to original music and manipulated in the editing process to create an illusion of Scott moving forward in slow motion while the props and background move backwards.
In the making of this video, Scott has used his entertainment skills in combination with an enhanced interest in video production to create a new showcase that combines his motivating messages of doing what you love, problem solving and team building.
In 2014, Scott decided to try his hand at another stylized juggling video. This time, he wasn’t juggling live explosives, just juggling balls. Oh, but they were on fire! After having customized music produced for the video by Andrew Juurinen, Scott choreographed a juggling routine, but with the music playing backwards. He then choreographed a juggling routine to the track played at double the speed, and filmed it backwards. Sound confusing? The end result looks like Scott walking in slow motion but all of the props and everything in the background are moving backwards. He calls that video Hot Hands.
STUNT WORK DISCLAIMER: Scott works extensively with trained professionals to ensure that he is well prepared to attempt his stunts successfully and safely. However, despite his precautions, there is a very real element of risk in all of Scott’s stunts. The stunts depicted and described on this website are extremely dangerous and should not be attempted by an individual who is not a trained, professional stunt performer.