Scot was called to serve as rector of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Keller in early 2015. He is a former bank manager and loan officer with Bank of America in downtown Dallas. Scot is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, Harvard Divinity School, and The General Theological Seminary.
Prior to St. Martin’s, Scot served for three years as Upper School Chaplain and faculty member, having taught courses on World Religions and the Bible, at the Parish Episcopal School, which is affiliated with Church of the Transfiguration in Dallas. While a school chaplain, he also served as Interim Rector at Holy Trinity, in the Heath/Rockwall area, and then Interim Rector at St. Luke’s, Dallas. Scot holds two national accreditations in intentional interim ministry and has served in five dioceses as parish priest and school chaplain (Southeast Florida, North Carolina, Newark, Dallas, and now Ft. Worth).
Scot enjoys preaching and teaching at St. Martin’s and serving the Diocese of Ft. Worth however he can, including serving on the Executive Council, the Disciplinary Board, a delegate to General Convention, and, formerly on the Schools Commission and on the Constitution and Canons Committee. He enjoys traveling, swimming and painting when not hanging out with his dogs, Thomas a Becket and Winston Churchill.