Scott is a designer and technologist interested in the perceptual digital-physical overlap of spaces today. Coming from an architectural background, his experience is rooted in parametric and computational design, digital fabrication, and building information modeling. With this digital craft knowledge, he seeks out projects to create narratives, investigations, and experiments studying physical spaces and our digital relationships with them. In 2009, Scott and Tam Tran founded Digital Toolbox, a web resource to help architecture students with digital media. He has taught and led workshops at NYU ITP, Columbia GSAPP, CUNY City Tech, and Cal Poly SLO.
Scott’s work for PLASTARC involves visually representing the data we collect from, and with, our clients to clearly show our key findings.