Scott was a PiA intern at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, from 1990-1992. After two years on Java he returned to Princeton to work with PiA's Executive Director, Margaret Hazlett, as the PiA Program Director. He continued in that position briefly when Carrie Gordon assumed the reins and then drove his motorcycle to Seattle to (against Carrie's advice) attend law school. He missed the first bar exam after law school in order to teach American Jurisprudence for a few months at Vitautus Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania, and during the time between his return from Lithuania and the next bar exam stumbled into work as a professional modern dancer and got hired as a part time high school teacher. From 2000 to 2006 Scott juggled his performing career as a member of Lingo dancetheater with his part time work at the high school where he teaches mime and law and society (two courses, not one!). To keep things mixed up he served for ten years as Artistic Director of a summer arts camp in Sitka, Alaska, and to this date maintains a small law practice advising artists, dance companies, yoga studios, and other small businesses. He retired from dance in February and is feeling footloose.