As a founding member of LMN’s Tech Studio, Scott values using technology to enhance the design process and create innovative, unique solutions. With a focus on utilizing computational design tools to explore and inform a vast array of design iterations, he leverages technology to craft transcendent contemporary designs. In addition to employing 3D modeling software and implementing new technologies, Scott places great importance on dialogue and collaboration with clients and collaborators throughout the creative process. Whether it’s experimenting with new materials or implementing advanced fabrication tools, he is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what is possible and creating designs that are not only practical and aesthetically pleasing, but also sustainable and forward-thinking. Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Maryland and a Master of Science in Design Computing from the University of Washington, and joined LMN in 2009.
Scott is a versatile designer with a wide range of experience across several sectors, including higher education and performing arts. He has a particular passion for civic projects, where he has the opportunity to engage with the public and create projects that inspire and captivate. Some of Scott’s representative projects include the Seattle Aquarium Ocean Pavilion, Bill & Melinda Gates Center for Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, and Octave 9: Raisbeck Music Center.