Scott uses running, rock climbing, surfing, kayaking or any other outdoor pursuit that happens to become available, to get out in nature. Studying for a M.S Biology degree, he is interested in how we, as humans, perceive nature and the benefits it provides. With a background in Climate Change, Scott recognises the need for humans to consider themselves interconnected with natural systems and consequently is a bit hippy. Scott was proud to compete in the 2016 UK Olympic 1500m trials and is still pushing to break the 4 minute mile barrier. New to KISU in 2019, he works on a Science Radio series called 'Mind Tap'. Combining his outdoor interests with a passion for de-stigmatising mental health conversations, Scott is currently investigating student-athlete mental health and also the teaching of the Dutch Iceman Wim Hof.