As a digital strategist and entrepreneur, Scott cut his teeth as a VC-funded startup founder in New York City. The apps he developed have been included by Apple in the App Store, have received national coverage on CNN, MSNBC, and FOX news, and have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, and numerous other publications.
In 2013 Scott joined Deutsch New York where he built the social and digital platform group from the ground up, developing work for more than 15 different brands, including the Pinterest Yard Sale for Krylon spray paint, which won a Titanium Lion and a One Show Gold Pencil. In 2016 Scott transferred to Deutsch’s Los Angeles office where he currently leads digital strategy across numerous clients, including Taco Bell, Volkswagen, Uber, Mott’s and Canada Dry.
For ten years Scott was a halfpipe snowboard competitor sponsored by Burton Snowboards. He holds an MFA in creative writing from Brooklyn College, and a B.A. in Critical Theory and Philosophy from the University of Vermont. He has also studied Behavior Design with Stanford Human Interaction professor, BJ Fogg.