Truth be told, everyone here at Jangle looks up to Scott.
Not because of his knowledge of Web Design or because he may be a great humanitarian or anything like that — but because the guy is FREAKIN’ tall. At nearly 6’6” our Scotty could go eye-to-eye with Chewbacca.
Originally hired only to be the ringer on the agency’s basketball team (please don’t tell him) Scott joined Jangle in 2003. When the basketball league never came to fruition, Jan and Gale decided to still keep him around to water the hanging plants and change the lightbulbs overhead. Soon though, they discovered that besides being physically long, Scott was long on talent, too.
Scott knew graphic design and he knew it well. He could create logos, illustrations and conceptual layouts for Web sites and print with ease — skills he had honed as senior designer at IGCN, graphic designer for RNCI and desktop supervisor at EPS Group (for awhile there Scott apparently had a thing for companies with letters as their name). Today at Jangle, Scott does much the same in addition to focusing on Web site design and managing all the designers in the creative department. He is extremely talented and boasts a list of accomplishments and awards as long as his arm to show for it (and with that nearly 7’ frame of his, you know that’s a long arm and list).
Scott holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Communication Design from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. He loves heavy metal music — as evident by his Web site www.rathole.com, has a strange fascination with cats (including the three he has at home), and enjoys spending time with his two sons, Nicholas & Zachary, and his wife — appropriately named, Kat.