With a career that has taken Scott around the states and around the globe, he is happy to call Colorado home.
Scott is a rare, multi-dexterous creative thinker — able to comfortably hop from big ideas, to craft skills, to strategic thinking. As a result, no assignment is too big or too small. He believes that caring about the tiniest of details is just as important as dreaming big. He's a quick study who is energized by the inherent diversity of advertising, and the exponential change within the marketing world. No two days are the same... just how he likes it.
After getting his start at several agencies in Chicago, including FCB and Y&R, Scott spent much of his career at The Integer Group in Denver — a place he helped transform from a relatively unknown shop to a world-class integrated marketing agency. The Integer Group now has over 1,100 associates in 27 offices across the globe, and is a member of Omnicom Group Inc. and TBWA\ worldwide.
Over a period of 19 years at Integer, Scott was a key contributor in ever-increasing roles from Creative Director to EVP Creative, helping grow the Denver HQ from a team of 150 employees to 550, and the Creative Department from 50 to 165. From 2005-2016, work from Integer's Creative Department generated over 460 creative industry awards.
Scott's experience is broad, with particular emphasis in branding, shopper marketing, and integrated thinking. Clients have included MillerCoors (brands like Blue Moon, Coors Light, Banquet), Procter & Gamble (i.e. Gillette, Tide, Iams, Eukanuba, Bounty, Febreze), Pepsi NEB (IZZE, Naked Juice), Kellogg's, Hewlett-Packard, Red Robin, Polaris, Johnson & Johnson, and The Denver Art Museum. Scott worked on the single biggest new product launch (at the time) in P&G history for Gillette, and grew the shopper marketing capabilities for P&G at Integer (along with many others) from zero to the largest single shopper resource on the P&G agency roster.
Scott cares about leading with heart, and having a lot of fun along the way. Whenever possible, he looks for opportunities to "use his powers for good" by helping cause-related companies & groups with their efforts. He recently put together a total re-branding campaign called "The Power of One" for the Gold Crown Clubhouse, an after-school creative mentorship program for Denver area youth.
On a personal note, Scott is an avid skier, golfer & musician (guitar & keys). In the summer months, you're likely to find him hanging on the dock by the lake, way up north in Wisconsin with his wife Kathi, 3 kids, and a pile of extended family.