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Scott Tiffany
documentary filmmaker

Scott Tiffany is an historical documentary film director, writer and producer. He has worked on more than 40 hours of television programming for The History Channel. Some of his programs include the groundbreaking series, History’s Lost & Found, the flagship series This Week in History, several two-hour specials and the historical aftermath mini-series What Happened After. He has worked as a Senior Producer, Senior Writer, Field Producer and Script Consultant. Scott Tiffany has also produced programming for the Travel Channel, Food Network, and American Movie Classics. He attended Brigham Young University where he studied and worked in journalism and public relations. He began work in non-fiction programming at Capstone Entertainment in Salt Lake City in 1994. Three years later, he moved to New York City. In 1999, Scott founded Time Frame Films, a documentary production company.

Some of his writing/directing credits include:

Forgotten Voyage: The Mormon Sea Trek That Sparked the Gold Rush
(Documentary Film, video release September 2002)

Big Deals: Inside History's Largest Business Deals
History Channel miniseries, September 2002

What Happened After: The Aftermath of News
History Channel miniseries, 2001

History's Lost & Found
History Channel weekly series, 1999-2000

This Week in History
History Channel weekly series, 2000

Other Selected Work:

Behind the Screen
American Movie Classics (Weekly series, Writer/Producer, 2000)

Places You Have to See
The Travel Channel (Weekly series, Writer/Producer, 2000)

Top Ten
The Travel Channel (Weekly series, Field Producer, 2000)

Extreme Cuisine
The Food Network (Weekly series, Writer/Producer, 1999)

American Eats 1 & 2
The History Channel (TV Special, Script Consultant, 1998 & 2001)

History of Science Fiction
The History Channel (TV Special, Script Consultant, 2001)

[NOTE: Per our request, this biography and filmography was provided to this site by Scott Tiffany, 15 August 2002.]