Scott is an advocate for the built environment, inspiring people to explore the world we create for ourselves. His personal and professional interests are rooted in the conviction that architecture inherently matters, and thus, deserves both critical analysis and spirited celebration through storytelling and spatial experiences.
Currently, he is both Exhibitions Coordinator at the District Architecture Center and Independent Designer with the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. He enjoys working with curators, fabricators, graphic designers, installers, and others to bring about projects that encourage people to learn about architecture through exhibitions.
Scott has many project and research interests, including architecture and art installations; art of architecture and design exhibitions; contemporary museum architecture; contemporary residential design; curating architecture and design; history, theory, and criticism of contemporary architecture; photography and the built environment; and temporary structures in contemporary public space.
He received a MA in Exhibition Design from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in 2011 and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kentucky, College of Design in 2003.
Specialties: Art and Creative Direction. Content Management and Research. Exhibition Development and Design. Exhibitions Coordination. Gallery Management. Graphic Design. Installation Design.
Washington Chapter, American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC, US, Exhibitions Coordinator, Gallery Assistant
National Building Museum, Washington, DC, US, Independent Designer
Chatelain Architects, pc, Washington, DC, US, Project Designer, Architectural Intern
Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC, US, Teaching Assistant
National Building Museum, Washington, DC, US, Museum Intern
The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, US, Visiting Critic
Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate, Lexington, KY, US, Weekend Manager
Corcoran College of Art + Design, Masters, Exhibition Design
University of Kentucky, BArch, Architecture
Exhibition Design Faculty Award, Award
Dean's Graduate Student Scholarship Award, Scholarship
Kentuckiana Masonry Institute Student Design Competition Award, 1st Place
Hunter M. Adams Award of Design Excellence, Award
Joseph L & Vivian E Steele Fund Scholarship Award, Scholarship