Lee Scott came to Los Angeles after receiving a B.A. in composition from the University of Georgia to attend CalArts where he studied composition and electronic music with Morton Subotnick, finishing with an M.F.A. He has worked as a music editor and composer for feature films for the past eighteen years. His credits include “The Thin Red Line”, “Moulin Rouge!”  and “Me, Myself and Irene”. Before working as a music editor he worked as a copyist for Frank Zappa, founded the punk band "Toxic Pets", wrote and produced music for cartoons, computer games, hip hop artists and world electronica. He currently divides his time between Los Angeles and the Joshua Tree area of the high California desert where he is engaged in photography and environmental art.

 

 
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