As part of the Facebook Open Arts program (formerly the Analog Research Lab), Scott’s work has been described as “the cultural heartbeat of the company.” Through ideation, expression, and intentionally leaving room for serendipitous accidents, his work strives to influence diverse audiences by addressing an innate human curiosity about the world and giving weight to important ideas through their presence in physical built environments and, increasingly, digital ones as well.
Scott’s work has been presented internationally at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the Design Museum in London, Designmuseo, Helsinki, the Design Museum Den Bosch in the Netherlands, the Type Directors Club in New York, and has appeared in HOW, Mohawk’s Maker Quarterly, Fast Co, Wired, Offscreen, Tech Crunch, Inc, and Ad Week among other publications. He also appears in the documentary film An Impossible Project which debuted in early 2020.
Additionally, he has co-authored several books — most recently, Being Hear with Irish illustrator Fuchsia MacAree which is available exclusively from the Design Museum in London. He regularly speaks about design, printmaking, the value of analog process and technologies, and communications theory to audiences worldwide.
Originally from Toronto, Canada, Scott currently lives along the peninsula in Northern California with his wife, children, orange tabby Squeaker, and new pup Maple. He enjoys making friends with creative people all over the world and has worked with organizations of all sizes, including:
P.S. Scott is not currently accepting freelance projects but is open to talk about potential opportunities. He’d also like to apologize for writing in the third person. It’s weird, isn’t it?