Scot started playing piano as soon as he could reach the keys. He would try to play the things his Mom had been playing. She put him into classical lessons around age 7. Scot began composing in high school and then became interested in jazz piano his senior year.
Scot started playing professionally when an talent agent recruited him to play piano in a blues band in Seoul, Korea. He jumped the chance and spent most of the next five years playing music overseas.
Back in Seattle, Scot decided to make another move and wound up in Aspen, Colorado, where he found a job as the house pianist at the Ritz-Carlton. The musician/ski bum's dream: play music every night, ski every day.
A few years later, Scot moved to Bellingham, Washington, where he continues to play, teach, compose, ski, and enjoy the Pacific Northwest.
|jazz books||You can find Scot’s Jazz Piano Notebook, piano sheet music, and other materials at Lulu (best site for people who self publish.)|
|LearnJazzPiano.com||a destination website when it comes to jazz piano discussions, lessons, and other resources. Since 1996.|
|Emergency Web Services||being one of the original computer geeks can be useful when supporting a music habit. Scot finds ways to make your website do what you want it to do.|