It was a day to capture Scott playing with his pigments. We needed to get some photos of him for the book accompanying his exhibition in Shanghai.
Scott threw wattle in the air, ochre was flung into the ether and pigment sifted into a bowl.
Scott was both model and director. He had clear ideas on what he needed captured and was relaxed and cheerful in front of the camera, patiently allowing me to take as many photos as I needed to.
He had been working night and day to complete a large work for Shanghai. It measures over 3 metres by 1.5 metres and is stunning. Three ducks fly across a white background, their wings intricately detailed, their eyes capturing light and gazing eternally.
It is one of four works that Scott has completed for this exhibition and will be shown with other pieces of his.
How amazing it will be to see these works, which I have seen him working on and walking on, hung in an exhibition space in the world's most populous city.
Scott's eyes will capture light such as they have never seen before.