As a child, Scott was intrigued by his father’s hand-drawn reflected ceiling plans. He used to draw over the top of dad’s work, fascinated by the geometry and rigor. That early interest in form provided the inspiration to become an architect. Today, Scott can point to complex geometry within his own work for clients like Maurices, the Musical Instrument Museum, the University of Minnesota and more. His interest in the art of architecture continues, thriving on the ability to take a blank site or building shell and ignite the idea communicated in a drawing to be built.