As a regular Comic Relief and Sport Relief supporter, Scott has taken part in Let's Dance for Sports Relief alongside Olly Murs and participated in the BT Comic Relief Camel Trek to Kenya, where he walked alongside eight celebrity names for hundreds of miles across the desert and in intense heat.
Scott fronted a documentary for BBC3 called The World's Worst Place To Be Gay? investigating how dangerous it is to be gay in Uganda. He went on to win a 'Best Documentary' Stonewall Award for this programme.
Scott presented BBC3's 'Three at the Fringe' show in August 2011, following his Radio 1 show broadcasting from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival all week for the third year running. Through the week, he also co-presented the Fun n Filth Cabaret with Nick Grimshaw, which was broadcast live on Radio 1, online and on the red button.
Scott has worked with some major brands including Sainsburys, Activision, The Co-op, Durex, Universal Records, Warner Music and Sony BMG.
Extremely busy on the DJ circuit, Scott can be found gigging regularly at universities, nightclubs (both in the UK and internationally) and hosting various corporate events up and down the country.
A confident and quick-witted personality, Scott's energy always transfers to his audience, making him a personable host for any corporate event.
"Thanks for acting as Master of Ceremonies on Thursday night for the HP Charity Ball. You did a great job and the fact that we managed to raise £190k totally surpassed our expectations." MD, Hewlett-Packard - June 2015
“As the host of our annual Sainsburys Supplier Ball in October 2012, Scott did a fantastic job of impressing both our clients and colleagues with his energy and slick hosting skills throughout the evening's entertainment! Scott engaged brilliantly with the audience and his enthusiasm kept our large audience entertained all night. Scott conducted himself in a professional manner and was a joy to work with. Sainsburys Suppliers Ball - October 2012