Scott made a name for himself in 2005 as one of the hottest up and coming remixers working in the dance music industry. He soared to the top of the Billboard Dance Charts with back-to-back hits for world-renowned artists such as Christina Aguilera and her track ‘Ain’t No Other Man’ for Sony Music, ‘Just Fine’ by Mary J. Blige for Geffen Records, Madonna and Justin Timberlake’s ‘4 Minutes’ for Warner Bros. Records, and Katy Perry’s number 1 tracks ‘I Kissed A Girl’ and ‘California Girls’ for Capitol Records.
Scott then began to write and produce original songs and remixes for over 150 different projects and artists, including: Beyoncé, Passion Pit, Empire of the Sun, Tears For Fears, Leona Lewis, Kristin Chenoweth, Abigail, Megan Hilty, Leann Rimes and Celine Dion, which have garnered him over thirty-five #1 Billboard Magazine hits on the charts.
Scott has composed for some of the most successful television shows and networks today, including NBC, CBS, CNN, TBS and TV-Land. His first film remix was of the ‘James Bond Theme’ for the 2006 blockbuster film, ‘Casino Royale’ released on Sony Classical. Following this, Scott began composing for television shows including: composing the main title theme for the NBC television show, ‘Sean Saves The World’ for the 2013/14 season and served as music consultant to the producers for the pilot episodes for the hit television shows ‘Grimm’, ‘Hot In Cleveland’ and ‘Hollywood Game Night’. Scott also produced original themes for the pilots for ‘NCIS: New Orleans’, and ‘CSI: Cyber’ and is the composer for the hit television docuseries, ‘The History of Comedy’ on CNN.
Coming up, Scott has just been hired to compose and music supervise for ‘Relatively Happy’, for NBC/Universal, which is from the producers of the ground-breaking television series, ‘Will & Grace’. The show is due to air in Autumn 2017.