Artist. Dyslexic. Showoff.

Scottee is a 27-year-old performer, broadcaster, director and writer from Kentish Town, North London.

He has performed at and for some of the worlds most prestigious and pretentious audiences including Barbican, Royal Opera House, Tate Britain & Modern, Roundhouse, ICA and Royal Festival Hall.

As well as gracing the pages of Guardian, Dazed & Confused, Independent, i-D, W and Sunday Times Style, he was also included in i-D magazine's portraits by Nick Knight, won the title of Time Out Performer of 2010 and grabbed the covers of both Time Out London & Independent on Sunday in 2011.

Scottee has thrown cake at Rihanna on the X Factor in a performance he devised for her 'Only Girl In the World' performance, spat milkshake at Nick Grimshaw live on Radio 1 and sung a duet with Lisa Stansfield at a beauty pageant.

As a director, Scottee has earned his formative stripes with the Eat Your Heart Out performance collective and most recently with Amy Lamé's critically acclaimed 'Unhappy Birthday'. He is also an associate artist of Olivier award winning company Duckie, contributor to BBC London and i-D magazine and creator of the ‘beauty pageant for fat people’ Burger Queen, variety show Camp and presenter of monthly podcast Fifteen Minutes.

Broken limbs, police questioning and the loss of 100's of pairs of high heels feature heavily in his determination to please his audiences as well as a brash, clumsy, naff and obnoxious approach to light entertainment, leaving audiences elated, confused & covered in glitter.

- The Stage

'The edgy innovator'
- Independent on Sunday