Scott was named Artistic Director of Somerled Arts in 2016 after several years serving as Creative Advisor for theatrical projects. In addition to his work with Somerled, he is an Associate Artist with the American Music Theatre Project at Northwestern University, where he directs and dramaturgs new works, including their annual collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He is a director with the NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program and a former mentor for new musicals at the Eugene O'Neill National Music Theater Conference. Previous work also includes Associate Producer for the Theatre Guild and Creative Content Manager for Evolution, an immersive production developed by International Theatre Works for Shenzhen and Guangzhou, China.
With Somerled, Scott directed The Museum Of Broken Relationships at the O'Neill and the Aspen Theatre Festival. Other directing credits include A Musical Christmas Carol (starring Richard Thomas) for Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, as well as regional and university productions of The Ruby Sunrise, Biloxi Blues, The Foreigner, The Fantasticks, and Picture Perfect. Off–Broadway, he was Associate Director for the New York premiere of Jeffrey Hatcher's Ten Chimneys and the revival of The Silver Cord. Associate/Assistant work also includes the world premieres of Gut Bucket Blues and Shakin' the Rafters at Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre, 7th Monarch at Theatre Row, and Eleanor (starring Jean Stapleton) at the Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center.
As an actor, Scott was in the Off–Broadway revivals of Room Service and The Man Who Came To Dinner. His regional work includes roles at Ford's Theatre, Pittsburgh CLO, Tennessee Rep, Bethesda Theatre/Nederlander Worldwide, Arrow Rock Lyceum, Forestburgh Playhouse, and the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, among others. Additional credits include the National Tour of Patsy! and promotional host for NBC's “Three Wishes”.
Scott is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and a proud member of SDC and AEA.