Scott creates images involving subjects of mankind, architecture, empty spaces, and nature. By incorporating elements of form, color, light, and symmetry, His work characterizes feelings of nostalgia, Americana, humanity, reflection, and remoteness.
Photographically, Scott’s influences include, Robert Frank for his genre defining honesty and spontaneity; the gritty non-conformity of William Klein; Lewis Baltz, Master of composition and form; and the way Richard Avedon portrayed the emotions of Humanity with the help of negative space.
Scott has photographed for clients that included Adweek, Home Depot, and National Geographic Traveler. He has taught at The Art Institute of Atlanta. He has Served on the local Board of American Photographic Artists and is a past member of American Society of Media Photographers. He has a BFA in photography from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.