Seamless Art Form
While growing up, Scott admired his father’s profession as an architect and made it a life goal to work in the AEC industry. In college, Scott interned at TEECOM and quickly found his niche in the AEC world as an audiovisual designer. Scott feels empowered by his ability have a direct, innovative impact on the designs of projects in the higher education, transportation, and workplace sectors. He believes audiovisual systems should be a seamless art form and strives to ensure they are an integral part of the architecture vision and design instead of an afterthought.
Scott is well rounded when it comes to music. Classical music is Scott’s go-to while working, but his new-found interest is in down tempo electronic music mixed with analog instruments. In case you’re wondering what that sounds like, Bonobo is currently his favorite artist. Whether Scott is playing music, making music, or just listening to music, music allows Scott to express himself or get inside an artist’s headspace to figure out a song’s intentions.
An Electrical Engineer by degree, Scott has always had an interest in programming and tinkering with electrical components. While growing up, Scott had boxes full of computer parts and electronics that he and his father would take apart and build back up again. In college, he did his design capstone on signal processing. He used a circuit board to program code for image recognition algorithms, image processing, and object detection, which was then applied to obstacle avoidance for an RC car.
Scott is a self-proclaimed car buff, car nerd, gear head, or whatever term you prefer. Cars have always been a huge part of Scott’s life. He enjoys wrenching on cars, racing with his father at the track, attending car shows, and experiencing car culture in general. Sometime in the future, hopefully sooner rather than later, Scott’s dream is to race vintage cars.