Scott has written for financial, educational and not-for-profit institutions, creating process documentation/analysis, project proposals, needs assessments, marketing and web content. He has ghosted personal correspondence and business writing for senior personnel and written screen treatments on assignment.
He has spent his professional life in New York City, first working as an actor under the auspices of SAG, AFTRA, and Equity, then as a technical and business communications writer, with side journeys into corporate comedy.
His completed novel, Immortalman, is an off-beat comic romance of a fantastical nature. A story at the intersection of the historical and the supernatural.
Scott is currently at work on Bozophobia, a comic thriller about a love-luckless bozo hiding behind sarcasm and clown-white who falls for a gorgeous bozophobe on the run from a killer of a secret.
Additionally, Scott was commissioned to adapt Tom Heling's unpublished novel for the screen. He was also engaged by an independent producer to draft several screen treatments for projects for which he was seeking funding. Among those is Polar Bear Brigade, about the American intervention during the Russian revolution.