He has created work for The Curious Theater Branch (Histrionica with Banjo), The Neo-Futurists (Alice), and Lucky Pierre (32 Key Concepts). His writing has appeared in Tarpaulin Sky, Preling, and Telophase. The songs he wrote in collaboration with musician Azita Youssefi were released on Drag City Records in 2006. Scott teaches Adventures and Ridiculousness at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and English at Columbia College Chicago.
Brian Torrey Scott is the son of an absent father and single mother. He was known as a gifted student early on and was encouraged by his proud mother to try whatever he liked. He excelled in school and won scholarships to many universities. Not wanting to leave his home town, he remained in Dallas and graduated from SMU with honors in 1998. He was often recognized as an award-winning writer while at SMU. In 2001, BTS was awarded a spot in the Master's Writing Program at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He continues writing and directing across the globe.