At the helm of all branding and design, Scott oversees and pushes beyond limits on every graphic element created for clients. He strategically designs brands for launch into the marketplace and supports them with creative design and images that speak to the target market, supporting marketing, sales, revenue generation and brand reputation.
Scott’s award-winning portfolio includes more than 70 brands for small and midsize businesses, large corporations and non-profit organizations. His brands also span across public and private schools from Minnetonka to Minneapolis, Princeton and Winona. He played a vital role in the rebrand of a local television station and branding The Roots Jam Session, an annual pre-Grammy party, hosted by The Roots, Jimmy Fallon’s Late Show band. Scott has also designed packaging for ESPN’s award-winning show, 30 for 30.
A Connecticut native, he can be found listening to improvisational music and playing golf, soccer or running, trying to counteract his love for craft beer. He and his wife, Jenna have 3 beautiful boys Noah, Oliver and Maven.
As co-founder (with wife Jenna) of Noah’s Memorial SIDS Foundation, they created the foundation to support SIDS research and help families who have lost a child. He is also the co-founder of Noah’s Memorial Classic, an annual golf tournament with proceeds benefiting the CJ Foundation for SIDS, Faith’s Lodge, and a funeral fund at the MN Children’s Hospital.
“I lived in Scotland for one month when I was 18 to play soccer and educate myself on pubs and lagers.”