Driven by a persistent resolve to solve problems both intelligently and beautifully, Scott is a SVP who runs projects and manages a group of experience and visual experience designers.
With close to 20 years of experience in interactive design, Scott has done everything from building a full-service web design team at the Timberland Company, to managing the digital design group at Bose, all the way back to the early years doing it all: packaging, environmental graphics, B to B websites, co-running a two-person firm, copywriting, and forward-thinking front end web development. To this day, his varied experiences give him a keen understanding of what it takes to produce effective interactive solutions.
When he's not in front of a computer, Scott can be found enjoying the outdoors with his wife and daughter, corralling chickens on his makeshift farm, tinkering with the underside of his truck, and sometimes slaving over a stove attempting to recreate his Italian grandmother’s legendary meatball and sauce recipe.
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