Scott is a visual artist, musician, writer, and actor based in Salt Lake City, UT. He graduated from Weber State University in 2007 with bachelor degrees in Musical Theatre and Psychology. Since then, his focus has been fixed on creating paintings and playing music.
Spirituality and psychology are central themes in Scott's work. His work, whatever the medium, serves as a dialogue between the relative self and the higher Self, and invites the viewer to reconnect with his or her own divine presence. He explores not only the peaceful and the joyous aspects of this process, but also the turbulent and difficult aspects.
In 2012, Scott taught English in South Korea with his wife Melly for one year. During this time, he travelled throughout southeast Asia and India. The art, architecture, and culture of Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism left their mark on Scott's consciousness, and their influence can be seen throughout his portfolio.
For Scott, art and music are ways of expanding the soul, lighting up the brain, and liberating the spirit. Bridging the gap between the mundane and the mystical, Scott's work serves as a reminder that the world is much more than it seems. We move and have our being in an energetic ocean of joy and love, which is available at any moment to anyone who can quiet their chattering mind and be truly present.