This month’s quote is from the autobiographic novel entitled In Bohemia tucked into Volume One, Book two of Scott’s Virtus Poetica, or Interaction as Being and Emergent Expression. “A frightfully personal, bitter-sweet rumination of human experience. To read the prose is to look at one’s innermost self and weep for joy.”
Continue the journey through Scott’s second of five folk albums with Song #2: Say, Can You See. “Scott’s folk songs find an American troubadour spirit. His performances are captivating. The possibilities will be endless if he consents to recording them.”
A year-by-year rundown of performances, works completed, and accomplishments
Explore a series of articles on Scott’s life and work.
Interact with the mono portraits across the blank, high key world and engage with his most recent meditations.
Send an email to get in touch. Start a conversation, propose a project, “the solutions are only limited by our ability to inspire productive work in each other and the world.” -Scott