Blog – Working from home

Working from home always sounded like a dream. For many, all it means is that it’s four in the afternoon; you’ve had your ninth bowl of cereal and still haven’t done any work. But you’ll get to it later, you tell yourself. Maybe. Or maybe you’ll start watching YouTube and three hours later start joining […]

Blog – Website Template vs Designer

Building your business is hard enough.  In today’s business world, the need for a fully integrated web presence is as necessary as the fax machine or photocopier in the 80s.  However, if you are not already web-savvy, this can become a confusing world rather quickly.  Many websites will quickly offer you the digital speedy resolution […]

Article – Embrace the Absurd

“If at first, the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” ― Albert Einstein Over the last 25 years, I’ve been a professional writer; I have been repeatedly asked to teach people my creative process. My only rationalisation of this, which is most definitely a result of crippling self-esteem issues, is […]

Article – Do Weekends Suck?

Congrats! It’s the weekend! You made it through another week. Those magical two days make the most stress filled week worth it. Everyone lives for Saturday and Sunday. Or do they? What if you work in the service industry? Then you look at Friday night like office workers look on Monday morning. It sends a […]

Remember Vine? Part 1

A long green vine.

Vine was a great little platform for sketches. Before it passed on to the App Store in the sky I was asked to write a series of sketches. Sadly, they never got produced because the platform died.

Late Nite Show – 13 June 2013

Scott sitting behind a desk on a late night talk show.

Going through the archives (aka my old hard drives) I’ve found the monologues to my old TV show, “The Late Nite Show”. Enjoy these trips down comedy memory lane.