He is one of the pioneering artists in the emerging field of digital sculpture, which combines the power of digital tools with traditional sculptural techniques and 3d-printing and fabrication. His background uniquely positions him to merge traditional and digital techniques – having studied both engineering and art at Princeton University and the renowned MIT Media Lab. He subsequently continued his art studies at the Florence Academy of Art in Florence, Italy.
He frequently gives talks on his work including recent lectures at the Tate Modern Museum, London. When not busy with his art and design projects, he creates visual effects for films. His recent film projects include Spielberg’s War Horse, Wrath of the Titans, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Captain America, and Clash of the Titans.
Scott currently divides his time between his art & design projects, his teaching, and commissions. Clients include Pixar, Industrial Light & Magic, LucasArts, Valve, Sony, Microsoft Game Studios, Ubisoft, Disney, and many other visual effects, animation and games studios.