Damion Scott is a graduate of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. His drawing style is influenced by graffiti art and Hip hop culture. He has published a book entitled How To Draw Hip-Hop on the subject.
Scott has worked on several DC Comics, including Batman, Robin, girl and Raven. . He was the featured artist in issue #10 of the Solo series (2006), as well as the Lebron James "King James" comic. Scott has also worked on Spiderman and Deadpool for Marvel Comics. As a commercial artist he has contributed work for ad campaigns promotional material and merchandise packaging.
Damion Scott also uses the pseudonym "MOSH"- an abbreviation of a Jamaican pet name . under this name he has maintained a separate identity as an urban artist. He has contributed art or art direction for CD jackets, clothing lines, murals and many other design projects.
Scott lived in Japan for several years working within the Tokyo art scene. In 2006 he was half of a two man drawing exhibition called "MARUWAKA X MOSH - FUSION" sponsored by Puma. He had two follow up art shows one titled the "MOSHROOM", and the other "BATTLE for the BIGTOY", both shows where a representation of his passion for cartoon art as well as urban culture.
Currently Scott lives in Brooklyn New York City where he continues to work as a freelance artist and designer, while developing future projects.