Scott Hill has a deeply spiritual bond to art. He sites "creativity" as the "religion" in his life. For him, the worship of this "creative life force" manifests in an insatiable thirst for knowledge and a search for "All that is possible in the world".
His style is a modern, delicate, balance of Abstract Impressionism, Pop art, with a touch of Surrealism.
He melds his personal passion for environmentalism into his art by utilizing old, worn, vintage, or disposed of items. Working exclusively with raw materials, he works in an almost instinctual way with found and donated items such as denim, string, wood, fibers, foam, reclaimed leftover paint, bio-degradables, glass, cardboard, and printed papers.