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Scott is an accomplished professional singer for some of the world’s most notable composers and producers. His work includes studio sessions, live performances, songwriting, producing, and arranging. Recorded for over 50 feature films, TV episodes, and albums, clients rely on his superb sight-singing skills, flexibility, range, and attention to detail to capture exactly what their project demands.


Being a part of such elite sessions has given Scott the opportunity to glean from the very best in the industry and apply the same tactics and practices to his own projects. Beyond his work as a singer, Scott is also an award-winning songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. From singing and playing acoustic guitar as a featured performer on ABC’s Black-ish, to playing saxophone in an on-screen marching band, to sidelining as a ragtime pianist, Scott has shown his versatility and dexterity as a musician.


Regardless of the job, Scott always brings his entire self into the process, with positivity, energy, and excellence. Scott particularly enjoys collaborating with other artists and creators. He has seen success as a member of the alt-pop duo, Lord & Lady. His arrangement of the group's "La La Land Medley" exploded on YouTube, amassing almost 6 million views before eventually being featured on a global scale during NBC's coverage of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. Now, Scott has been gaining momentous recognition for his pop solo project, Vân Scott, and is poised to break out on a larger scale.


A recent graduate of Berklee College of Music's inaugural Songwriting & Production Master's program at BerkleeNYC, Scott is now putting his writing and production skills front and center. In July 2021, he released his first full-length album Almost Gone (AWAL) featuring the single What's Coming Next? – Overall Grand Prize Winner of the 2021 USA Songwriting Competition. He is currently teasing the 2024 release of his sophomore LP titled Songs I Never Wrote with new singles Ticket to Waco and Long Long Time that epitomize his hopeful yet melancholic sound.