Since joining the firm in 2004, Scott has helped clients visualize and achieve possibilities they couldn't imagine by themselves. With a particular passion for the creation of timeless and iconic residences lived in and loved for generations, Scott brings the GUND ethos of originality and depth to every project.
In addiction to high-end residential projects, Scott has worked on a range of project types at GUND including studio art facilities, dining halls and student housing for colleges and universities and art galleries. Scott brings a technical sensibility to his work bolstered by his lengthy experience performing construction administration.
Scott co-presented Reshaping Teaching Museums for the 21st Century at the 2015 Building Museums Symposium sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums. Scott received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College and a Master ofArchitecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design.
As a young architect, Scott was so drawn to an art gallery designed by GUND that he was compelled to send them his resume. The rest is history.