Sports writing (specifically, hockey)
Sports, gaming, television, movies
Scott studied communications in school, concentrating in journalism. Significant projects completed include: writing a 9,500-word feature on the school's ROTC program, producing a 15-minute documentary on the program, and writing a screenplay for a short thriller.
For two years as a side project, he served as the managing editor for Hooked on Hockey Magazine (hookedonhockeymagazine.com). He wrote several feature-style articles, offering both humor and insight. He also completed a 365-piece segment covering the sport's history, writing an article containing facts for each day of the year. He also edited for content, style, and grammar, working directly with writers to improve their skills. He currently writes for a sports humor website: CrookedScoreboard.com. He also wrote a few articles for The Hockey Writers.
His sports writing generally involves extensive humor but also provides in-depth analysis, always trying to make a point. There's a lot of personal flair put into the words and structure.
Scott has done a few large projects involving the Army ROTC. He wrote a 9,000-word feature story that covered all aspects of the program (centered around Roger Williams University's program), including cadet life, a brief history, and balancing school work with the program. Additionally, he independently produced a 15-minute documentary film on the program.
Scott has written several blog-style posts in his semi-pro career as a sports/hockey writer. These articles are lighthearted in nature and always offer significant humor, but they also include some in-depth analysis that argues a point. He puts a lot of personality into these pieces with a unique voice.