Scott Boyett

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This is a visual guide of the technological innovations in firearms and weaponry leading up to and during the U.S. Civil War. This guide serves as a visual aid in exploring the beginnings of the industrialization of warfare. U.S. Civil War
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Military Historian, Historical Consultant, Weapons and Armor Expert Scott is a military historian, arms and armor expert and historical consultant for the film, television and gaming industries. After growing up in a family of antique arms and armor dealers, Scott mentored under one of the world’s premier military historians, Dennis Showalter at Colorado College. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in military history Scott began his career in England as an antique arms buyer at auction and private collection sales. His study of historical weapons and combat opened avenues in the theatrical world, performing Shakespeare and teaching historically authentic staged combat. Scott achieved degree certificates from the Baliol College (Oxford University) and Circle in the Square (New York City) and teacher training from Shakespeare & Co in Massachusetts. Scott holds ranks in several martial arts including Budo Taijutsu, Lama-Pai Kung Fu, Okinawan Go-Ju Ryu, American Freestyle Karate, and Capoeira. After traveling for several years teaching and performing on Broadway, the National Shakespeare Company and Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festivals, Scott moved to California where he began consulting on and performing in historical documentaries and feature films. Some notable credits include “50 Years on the DMZ” and “Bible Battles” for The History Channel, indie film “Indian Cowboy,” and the upcoming Civil War drama “Copper” slated for release in 2012. Scott also recently graduated from Norwich University with Master’s of Military History degree with specialties in both European and Japanese medieval weaponry. Scott has worked with such notable talents as Tim Roth, Ron Perlman, Placido Domingo, Mercedes Ruhel, Anthony LaPaglia, Benny “The Jet” Urquidez and Richard Lawson. He has guest lectured on historical combat at Dartmouth, Loyola Marymount University, CalArts, University of Georgia, DeSales University and USC among others.

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