After losing his natural hearing at a very young age, Scott developed a very active imagination. He discovered his passion for writing when he found an old typewriter in his grandparent's house at a young age. From then on he would pen or type stories for his own entertainment and share them with his family.
At the age of twelve, Scott discovered through his grandfather that he is related to a famous author and poet, Samuel Butler, who is best known for his utopian novel, "Erewhon", for being one of the first authors to describe machines with artificial consciousness and translating some of Homer's works into English.
Writing runs Scott's blood.
As a child, Scott was fascinated and influenced by authors such as Roald Dahl and R.L. Stine. Growing up he gained further influence from more authors such as Terry Pratchett, J.R.R Tolkien and Stephen King, to name three.