Born: 1972 February 9 in Deep River, Ontario, Canada
Biography: Scott attended the University of Waterloo, where he majored in Fine Arts/Film Studies. He later studied Computer Animation at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario.
He began his career as a commercial illustrator creating visual art for Fortune 500 companies. He moved to comics starting with webcomics, then with the publication of his first graphic novel, Days Like This with writer J. Torres. Days Like This was nominated by the American Library Association as one of its “Best Books for Teens” in 2004. His first solo work, Northwest Passage, was nominated for an Eisner Award, two Harvey Awards, three Joe Shuster Awards, and a Doug Wright Award.