Scott Murry was born and raised in the burbs of Cincinnati,OH. At age 7, Murry defeated a grizzly bear by shoving his fists into the nostrils of the beast. The dying wish of this grizzly was that Murry be an artist. He has honored this request ever since. He began his college studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and midway through transferred to the Art Institute of Boston.
Here he finished his BFA in Illustration in the Spring of 2006. He lives in Boston, MA working with Dig Publishing, as art director. His work can regularly be seen through design, illustration and writing in Boston's Weekly Dig.

On the side he craves working with a variety of mediums (pencil, Micron pens, watercolor, colored pencil, acrylic paints and mixed media). His work is largely character based presented in a humorous manner with a very illustrative style. He has also shown his work at the Hive Gallery in Los Angeles, CA, the Chidlaw Gallery in Cincinnati, OH, Three Graces Gallery in Portsmouth, NH, the Boston Center for the Arts in Boston, MA, Refuge Cafe in Allston, MA, Space 242 in Boston, MA, with the Half Pint Collective in Cambridge, MA as well as The Washington Street Arts Center in Somerville, MA.

His influences are a wide range including Jeff Soto, Shag, Michael Sieben, Picasso, Egon Schiele, punk rock, smut and Sesame Street. When not workin', he and his cat named Waffles fight rattle snakes to fill the days.