Iain Scollay

Iain Scollay

Iain is an award winning director and executive producer. His output includes films for prestigious documentary strands Cutting Edge and One Life, and he's worked with on-screen talent as diverse as John Humphrys and Russell Brand. Credits include: Faking It (Channel 4) for which he won a BAFTA; Saddam Goes to Hollywood (C4), nominated, Royal Television Society awards 2017; Traffic Cops (BBC)Russell Brand: On the Road (BBC)Afghanistan: The Great Game (BBC), BAFTA Scotland award winner, 2012; and The Legacy of Lawrence of Arabia with Rory Stewart (BBC). 

At Firecrest, Iain's credit include Breadline Kids (BBC) winner 2018 Refugee Festival Scotland awards; Princess Diana's 'Wicked' Stepmother (Channel 4) nominated 2018 RTS Scotland Awards; Murder in Washington (BBC); The Cancer Hospital (BBC), and Lifers (Channel 4).

Prior to Firecrest, Iain was the Creative Director of Question Time and Robot Wars producer Mentorn Scotland and the Head of Documentaries for Mentorn Media.