A Personal Remembrance of Brian Scott:
Cozmik wasn’t apart of just one family or just one community.
He was, and still is, apart of our family and our community.
Brian’s presence was so strong felt that there is not one skater in New York City who didn’t know who we was.
He was easily recognizable among others by his hair and the wristband he always wore. His talent and progression is something we all took notice to. [...]
Check the Article on IrollNY.
ROLL IN PEACE: Brian “Cozmik” Scott:
If everything went the way we wanted, then Brian Scott would have continued to impress the skaters around him and would have eventually established himself among the long line of great skaters in NYC.
The title “great” has been thrown around a lot in NYC, but I think we need to look into the word “great” and compare it to Cozmik and see what the two had in common.
Cozmik was a great friend to many, and made great jokes, he had great skating skills, and had a great inner personality.
He was grateful for what skating had done for him, and skating was grateful for what he has done for it.
When it comes down to it, “great” may be an understatement.
The word we are looking for to define this great human being may not even exist.
If we as fellow skaters felt his presence this strongly then imagine the family that was fortunate enough to have known him for years… [...]
Check the Article by Angelo Ferrer on Believeinone.com.
FLATBUSH (WABC) — An argument outside a coffee shop erupted into a deadly triple shooting in Brooklyn.
Brian Scott Jr. was killed in a hail of bullets inside a restaurant on Park Side Avenue.
Check the Video on ABClocal.
Thanks Jan Welch.
Brian Scott-mini view:
Brian Scott aka cosmik, Brooklyn (NY).
Shot with canon xha1 on sd 16×9 mode and edited on fcp.