It was a simple yet glorious sketch of Superman drawn by his father that first inspired a very young Scott to pick up a pencil. A healthy and robust diet of Mad Magazines, Bloom County, Monty Python reruns and Chuck Jones animation throughout his childhood not only strengthened a love of drawing, but that of storytelling as well.
Scott has produced work for television commercials, magazines, toys and comics. He recently provided covers and interior art for the best-selling Fruit Ninja comic. He spends his free time at his drafting board working on creations of his own.
Originally from the seaport of Gloucester, Massachusetts, Scott currently resides on the Southwest gulf coast of Florida (he can’t stand living too far from the ocean) with his wife, two daughters and a rather affable pug named Linus Van Pelt.