Qualification: I.S.T.D Fellowship
Classes Taught: Street Dance/Hip Hop, Ballet, Modern, Tap & Pas De Deux.
Scott is the eldest son of Margaret and started dancing at the age of five. At sixteen he went to the London Studio Centre with a scholarship to finish his training. Scott began his professional career working on many theatre productions, including numerous Trade & Fashion Shows, a world tour of Carmen and shows for the Walt Disney Company that have taken him to places as far apart as America, Paris and Dubai.
Some of his television credits include The Royal Variety Performance, The Princes Royal Gala, Comic Relief, The Disney Kids Awards, and The Brits Awards dancing and working alongside artists such as Robbie Williams, Westlife, Atomic Kitten, S-Club 7, Boyzone, Shirley Bassey, Barry Manilow and many more. Scott has also danced in adverts for Sainsbury’s, The Halifax, Discovery Card and Coca Cola.
Scott is an experienced choreographer and his diverse range of dance styles have allowed him to create hundreds of unique routines for Makin’ Steps variety shows, as well as a long list of dance displays and corporate events. These recently have included providing the entertainment for Harlow Councils – Chairman’s Annual Ball at the civic centre and a hair show for Avant Garde & Wella, both using pupils from the school. Other choreography credits include Channel 4’s “The Hoobs” also featuring Makin’ Steps pupils. Choreography for girl band NEXUS including their first video “Tell Me”, promo choreography for Rapper Raghav including his debut performance for Top of the Pops,two shows for the Dubai shopping festival junction with the Makin‘ Steps agency, numerous Pantomimes and shows for various local productions.
Scott is a qualified teacher with the I.S.T.D at the level of Fellowship and at Makin‘Steps teaches street dance, hip hop, tap, modern, audition technique and pas de deux. He also teaches at Harlow College, Burnt Mill School, guest teaches at Colin’s Performing Arts & at numerous workshops throughout the year.
Scott is very proud to be a part of Makin’ Steps and has seen many of the schools pupils go on to further their careers in the entertainment business. Giving back to our pupils the knowledge and experience that he has gained over the past years is something that he is very passionate about, and is blessed to be doing a job which he loves.