Scott Coulter began his lengthy film career as a production assistant on George Romero’s classic horror anthology, “Creepshow”. As his first love was special effects makeup and monsters, he worked on many genre FX films of the era - "A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master", "Pet Sematary", "Ghost Town" expanding his talents, and growing with the technology of the time.
When he first joined forces with MastersFX in the early 1990’s, developing animatronics and practical puppet FX, he saw Jurassic Park, and was struck by the film's groundbreaking computer generated visual effects.
Seeing the writing on the wall, Scott immediately took a six-month sabbatical, learning everything he could about computer animation. And went off to supervise & produce Visual Effects.
In 2001, Coulter opened Worldwide FX, to meet the visual effects needs of Millennium Films. And further expanded the facility in 2009, by opening a second branch in Shreveport, Louisiana. Over the past 15 years, the companies have serviced hundreds of films. "Olympus Has Fallen", "Automata", "Conan the Barbarian".
Coulter returned to MastersFX in 2015, as Vice President of Digital Production.