Born and raised near Southampton, England, Scott pursued his early studies, as most boys do, by drawing on walls – anatomy being his forté. He matured sufficiently to attend Winchester School of Art and then Middlesex University, London, finishing with a BA in illustration. He then joined the university of life and travelled the world.

Since returning to reality, Scott has experienced life in the Middle East and Asia, applying his touch to some of the region’s best-known brands, such as World Bank, AirAsia, Allen & Gledhill, Diageo, GSK, Visa, and XL Axiata, Indonesia’s leading telecommunications brand.

Conversely, some of his most recognised projects have been non-profit, personal, or for boutique brands.

Scott still draws things, but thankfully now within the walls of our Singapore studio or for his three patient daughters. He recently authored The Typefaces, a multi-award winning book of typeface characters for the designer in every child and the child in every designer.

Scott regularly speaks and writes about creativity, and is also a contributor to the blog Dads and Design.