Hi there. I’m Clarke Scott. A former Buddhist monk, writer, filmmaker, photographer, and avid meditator from Australia. I’ve been practicing meditation and breathwork for over 25+ years.
Since 1995 I have practice meditation & breathwork every day. I have studied both western and Buddhist philosophy and psychology, as well as topics such as metaphysics, epistemology, and formal logic.
In 2009 I moved to Tasmania to join the Ph.D., program where I research notions of the self in Buddhist philosophy and parsed these via six western philosophers that included, Rene Descartes, David Hume, John Locke, Derek Parfit, E.J Lowe, and Galen Strawson.
Here is a link to my Ph.D. entry essay – Domain of the Illusory: Tsongkhapa’s Illusory-like Persons
Since then I’ve gone onto study analytic psychology and science in general.
I’ve been teaching meditation, breathwork, and personal growth since 2006 and offer courses on meditation and breathwork, as well as hold weekly live class, and 1-1 sessions with a handful of students.
Clarke Scott is also the founder of the filmmaking website, Next Level Filmmaker.
Media & Interviews
Sydney Morning Herald – http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/movies/monk-turned-filmmaker-clarke-scott-shoots-his-first-feature-film-20150430-1mwowt.html
Cinephilia & Beyond Article – https://cinephiliabeyond.org/clarke-scotts-another-day-complex-touching-filmmaking-endeavour/
Podcast Interview – https://davebullispodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-122-clarke-scott/
Podcast Interview – http://gaddisvisuals.com/episode47/