Scott is one of the co-founders of Legendary Pictures, a unique partnership that brought together $600 million dollars from private equity and created a 25-picture deal with Warner Bros. to establish an active production and finance entity. Scott has served as Executive Producer of such films as: 300, Superman Returns, We Are Marshall, Where the Wild Things Are and 10,000 BC. His most recent projects as producer are Delivery Man with Vince Vaughn and the successful reboot of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” franchise.

Among his many accomplishments Mednick was Founder, Chairman and CEO of THINK New Ideas from its inception through its IPO. Mednick created THINK, one of the first interactive marketing companies, to service the needs of major corporations including Oracle, Coca Cola, Reebok, Sega, Time Warner, Sony, Pioneer Electronics, Disney, Chrysler, CBS and many others. Mednick was responsible for completing more than 10 acquisitions while reporting profit in every quarter until his departure in 1998. Under Scott’s leadership THINK was named as one of the top ten interactive agencies of the year by both Adweek and the Advertising Club of New York.

Prior to founding Think, Scott built The Mednick Group for 12 years into the largest independent Design and Marketing company on the west coast. He is responsible for many landmark advertising and marketing projects. He has worked on the marketing campaigns for hundreds of television programs from Lonesome Dove to Survivor and he has worked on the campaigns for over 250 diverse motion pictures including Walt Disney’s Fantasia, Coal Miners Daughter, A Few Good Men, Spinal Tap, Dune, An American Werewolf in London, Groundhog Day, X-Men and The Matrix. Mednick’s individual clients have included Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, Larry Bird, Wayne Gretzky, Sting, Nicole Kidman, Phil Collins and Madonna. His on screen work spans from the opening credits for NBC’s Mad About You to the onscreen logo for Dirty Dancing. Mednick has created corporate identity systems and logos for major corporations including Reebok, Kaiser Permanente, Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures TriStar Pictures and Legendary Pictures. His clients in the sports world have included the NFL, NBA and NHL where he has created logo and uniform designs for teams including the Minnesota Timberwolves, Boston Bruins, Columbus Blue Jackets and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Under President Clinton, Scott has served on the President’s Committee for the Arts and Humanities ‘Coming Up Taller’ initiative chaired by Hillary Rodham Clinton. He serves as a Trustee of the University of Santa Monica, on the Board of Communications Advisors to Children Now, and is on the Advisory Board of Education First. Scott served on the International Board of Directors of Earth Day 1990 for which he also created the Logo and communications platform. He also is co-founder and a member of the Board of ECO (Earth Communication Office), which mobilizes the entertainment industry on behalf of the environment. He has been selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in the West and Who’s Who in California. He also was named Print Art Director of the Year/West by Adweek Magazine. Scott is a major asset to any entertainment venture in all its facets.