Michael Scott’s writing, whether fact or fiction, poetry or prose, has a common theme in human development. His power of observation of our species is acute. He is not afraid to explore the full extent of human nature, the effects we have on each other and on the planet we inhabit.
In his fictional work Michael’s characters are wonderfully described and leave the reader recognising traits, good and bad, in themselves or in others or more often a combination of the two.
His predictions for the future of mankind are a wake-up call for us all to change the way we interact with each other and this tiny speck in the cosmos on which we live and that we call Earth.
In the illustrated work, ‘Inward Eye’ we can see over 80 of Michael’s paintings, a small array from a large body of prolific output.