Based on the Sagas of Icelanders, Saga Fest is a music and arts festival where attendees are encouraged to share community-building experiences that foster vulnerability and promote sustainable living. Together, we will build a pop-up village that promotes openness, creativity and transformation. The pop-up village will include two stages for music performances, art and dance; a community stage for poets, storytellers and […]Read more "FESTIVAL PRODUCTION"
Scott has interviewed musicians like Phantogram, Michael Kiwanuka and Xavier Rudd for The Washington Post. In 2014, he wrote about Senegal’s Keurgui Crew, a hip-hop duo that mobilize a 350,000-person protest in Dakar. He’s commented on how unlucky millennials are for The Huffington Post, won college-level awards for an article on student debt for The Spokesman-Review and investigated federal crime reporting discrepancies for the Moscow-Pullman Daily News. CLICK HERE TO READ SCOTT’S […]Read more "WRITING"
Scott has captured photos in countries around the world: Iceland, India, Kosovo, Jordan, Turkey, Israel, British Virgin Islands, Ecuador and Guatemala to name a few countries. His work has appeared in publications like The Washington Post and he is currently working on putting together his first showcase in 2015. View some of Scott’s photography hereRead more "PHOTOGRAPHY"