Scott is a co-founder and a managing principal at Guerin Glass Architects. Based in Los Angeles, he leads the firm’s work on the West Coast, directing a range of projects from mixed-use developments in urban districts to more remote residences centered on the surrounding landscape. Over the last decade, Scott has also focused on developing the firm’s presence in Honolulu and pursuing local projects that address some of the area’s most pressing needs, like affordable housing. Most recently, Scott is leading the initial phases of multi-faceted hospitality projects in Hawai’i and Mexico, as well as overseeing several rural, generational residences in development in Utah and Idaho.
Prior to forming GGA, Scott worked at Rafael Viñoly Architects, leading the internationally acclaimed expansion of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Previously, Scott worked at Rogers Marvel Architects, contributing to a number of high profile residential and institutional projects and was a founding partner at BDDW. Scott received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. He is a licensed architect.