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Scott Hamilton

Scott’s interpreting career initially started in New Zealand, later moving abroad to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting with UCLAN in the United Kingdom in 2007. Scott worked in the UK for a few years and returned home to New Zealand in 2010.

Scott first started interpreting in the Arts for the NZ International Comedy Festival in 2011 interpreting four consecutive festivals. 

After interpreting two locally based musicals, he then went onto to interpret Auckland Live’s international performances of ‘West Side Story’ in 2017 and ‘Jersey Boys’ 2021

 

His other notable Platform Interpreting NZ work includes; acclaimed production ‘Warhorse’, Auckland Arts Festival’s ‘Jack Charles vs the Crown’ and international and local cabarets, ‘Blanc de Blanc’, ‘Limbo Unhinged’ and ‘Heavenly Bodies’.