Schooled as a photographer and practiced in traditional printmaking, his work is at once cinematic and somewhat lyrical, a story left to the imagination of the viewer. Working in both landscapes and studio, he studies the figure and its purposeful place and within an ideal frame. Within this frame lies the emotion and the contemplative nature of the solitary figure.
When asked to describe his style, Scott says, "I tend to approach my work with a simple pre-visualization, an image that I see in my mind that serves as a rough sketch of what I'd like to accomplish with my subject. This vision often changes once the model and I meet face to face. Most models are highly creative and I tend to feed off of their energy, allowing ideas to flow and form freely. It's truly a wonderful collaboration and I owe a debt of thanks to all of the women who have helped me to create these beautiful photos."