is an accomplished author, journalist, and independent medieval historian. His articles on matters of history, Arthurian legend and the ideals of chivalry have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Blog, Men Today, Darling Magazine, Costco Connection, Renaissance Magazine, Chivalry Sports, Military History, Police Magazine, Tournaments Illuminated, and Word San Diego. He has also written as a contributing editor for the books Krampusnacht: Twelve Nights Of Krampus (World Weaver Press, 2014), Living A Life Of Value (VOW Press, 2006) and Martial Arts And Philosophy (Open Court Press, 2010). His work on stage includes leading roles in productions of Camelot, The Music Man, Oklahoma!, and The Reduced Shakespeare Company’s long-running comedy The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged). Scott is a popular speaker, and gives workshops and lectures for a variety of organizations and events, including Oasis Lifelong Learning Center and the San Diego Shakespeare Society, and writers’ groups and conventions such as SDSU Writers’ Conference, Bouchercon, Sisters In Crime, Romance Writers Of America, ConDor SciFi/Fantasy Convention, and Gaslight Gathering Steampunk Convention.
In addition, Scott is a popular humor author. His humorous articles about life in a Medieval re-creation group created a strong following of fans in the Society for Creative Anachronism, an international hobby group.
His latest endeavors have been in fiction, with a novella based on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer world released in February of 2014. He has several new fiction works in progress, as well – everything from zombies to Krampus!