Scott has a passion for technology in both his professional and his personal life, especially when it’s used to compliment and improve the surrounding architecture. When he is designing, his approach focuses mainly on listening to the needs and problems of his client and then developing a creative solution to address their concerns and enhance the space. Scott strongly recommends spending time upfront in the design process to listen and plan because it saves the customer money and results in a technology package that serves an identifiable purpose instead of simply designing technology for technology’s sake. Scott enjoys all of the technology projects he does, but has a passion for working in educational spaces. He enjoys feeling like he’s making a difference in the children’s lives, and he believes that technology has the ability to inspire the innate curiosity and wonder of the kids and enhance their learning experiences.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, 1993

Walsh College

Associate of General Studies

Macomb Community College

Professional Accomplishments

Crestron Certified Digital Media Designer, 2011

Exchange 2000 Hands-on Lab, August 2001

Microsoft Approved Course

MOC 855 Accelerated Training for Windows NT 4.0