Scott Turner Schofield trans man who first identified as a lesbian before recognizing himself. Schofield interned for lesbian performance artists Holly Hughes and Carmelita Tropicana, who directly influenced his early work. He then spent two years working for Amy Ray (of the Indigo Girls) at Daemon Records, where he learned a blend of art and activism that served as his model for making a community impact as a touring performer.
His social, medical, and legal transition to Scott Turner Schofield began in 2004, when he simultaneously became a full-time performance artist. Scott tours year-round, working on college campuses as often as at theatrical institutions. In addition to consistently sold-out performances, his residencies include lectures, workshops with youth and administrators in college, municipal, and corporate settings. This combination of advocacy and art has significantly changed non-discrimination policies nationwide. Scott Turner is the recipient of so many awards its impressive. In addition to touring his solo work, Schofield acts and writes for theater and film.