Scott may be already familiar to many of you, as he has served as our Conference photographer for the past ten years. In those ten years, he developed a passion for the work that End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) does and is excited at the opportunity to join the staff and assist in their endeavors. Prior to joining EVAWI, Scott spent the past 14+ years running his own photography business specializing in high school sports. Prior to that, he was head of procurement for two different biotech companies in the Seattle area.
After his younger brother died by suicide in 2010, Scott became an outspoken advocate for suicide prevention, frequently sharing the story of his brother and his own personal struggles with anxiety and depression via social media reaching a large audience of high school and college athletes, as well as actively supporting two suicide prevention organizations.
Scott and his wife Adina, live in Mill Creek, Washington, where they have raised three children. In addition to his photography, Scott spends his free time as an avid board gamer, a fish keeper, tending to multiple aquariums, and spending time with their two huskies.