Director and Executive Producer Scott
Randolph was born in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania suburb of Hatboro;
the town's 300-year-old history including its inclusion during the
Revolutionary War planted the seed of interest in documenting history
in the young would-be filmmaker. As a teen he became a part-time
student at Cinekyd, a small local non-profit school for aspiring
writers, directors, actors and production people, where he spent
8 years working in front and behind the camera.
Randolph was increasingly involved
in television, film and radio in the mid-1980s. Over the years he
has produced and directed local, regional and national television
shows and films, as well as local commercials. He served as Audio
Production for Inside the Sixers TV Show on The Sports Channel,
provided Sales Development for Radio WXTU Country 92.5, Phila. and
Comcast Spotlight, and continues to work with cable giant Comcast
as Director and Assistant Director for their Newsmakers program,
with the Philly Pops and World Café, and other projects.
In 2009, Randolph's documentary The
Battle of Crooked Billet, based on the Revolutionary War battle
waged in his home town, won two Telly Awards for Excellence for
a Historical/Biography and Excellence in Videography. In 2010, the
marketing video he directed and produced for the Friends of Washington
Crossing was shown at the Liberty Medal Ceremony in Philadelphia
for British Prime Minister Tony Blair, presented by former Present
In 2013, he won another Telly Award and a Communicator Award for
the orientation video for the National registered site Graeme Park
State Park in Horsham, PA.
In 2012 he became the director for
the national PBS television show Christina (formerly known as Christina
Cooks). Under his guidance, along with business partner Rick Lombardi,
it became the number one cooking show on cable.
In 2014 he began producing three television
pilots, including working with a former cast member of Saturday
Night Live and Second City Television. Also, he has begun work on
a documentary on the National Shrine of Our Lady at Czestochowa
with partner Rick Lombardi, American Czestochowa.
In 2015 he earned another Telly Award
for the music video Power from national gospel recording artist
Kevin Jarido and Nu Virtu.
In 2006 Randolph founded Arrival Video
Productions, LLC, in Southampton, Pennsylvania, and continues to
serve as its owner.