Scott Morse was educated at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, CA, and lives in Burbank, CA. He made a splash in the comic scene with 'Soulwind', a five-part epic that started at Image Comics and earned him several Eisner Award nominations. He followed it up with two memorable graphic novels, 'Littlegreyman' and 'Visitations'. Through his own Crazyfish comic imprint, he published 'Loud Cannoli' and the indie comic anthology 'Substance Affect'. Morse also illustrated the first six issues of 'Case Files: Sam & Twitch', a spin-off of the Spawn comic book series. He has books published by Oni Press ('Spaghetti Western', 'Volcanic Revolver', 'Visitations'), Top Shelf ('The Barefoot Serpent') and Dark Horse ('Ancient Joe').
In animation, Morse has furthermore worked as a character designer, storyboard artist, and art director for a number of studios, including Disney, Universal, and Cartoon Network. Morse has been the art director on two Cartoon Network animated series, 'I. M. Weasel' and the Emmy-nominated 'Cow & Chicken'. He entered production on his own series for Cartoon Network, 'Ferret & Parrot'.