Education: Dalhousie University, Halifax, and the University of King’s College, Halifax.
Scott spent nine years in print journalism, working across Canada in the 1990s. He started out in sports writing and book reviewing and then moved into general reporting, features and editing. His literary reviews in Canadian newspapers helped establish his name.
Scott held newspaper jobs in Gander, Newfoundland, Montréal, Québec, Kelowna, British Columbia, and Ottawa, Ontario, and freelanced for a dozen or so different publications.
Scott is part of the generation of journalists that built the cultural weekly newspapers in Ottawa and Montréal, as regular contributor to the Ottawa Xpress, the Montreal Mirror and HOUR magazine.
In 1998 Scott changed his career to start his own business and focus on public relations work. Since 1998 Scott has carried out work for dozens of clients, specializing in the fields of tourism, financial services and high tech.
Fluently bilingual, Scott is comfortable working in both English and French. An introduction to Scott’s business, autoroute communications, is available on the company’s website, www.autoroutecomm.ca