Scott has a Bachelor of Science in Motion Picture Science from Rochester Institute of Technology. He lives and works in Los Angeles as an Imaging Engineer in the motion picture industry.
Although Scott has previously made himself available for cardstacking gigs, as of 2022 he is unable to take on any new large jobs due to unfortunate developments in his health. HIs kidneys have failed and he requires nightly dialysis to keep his body running and so is unable to keep up with the physical demands of a large cardstacking project.
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Scott has provided his cardstacking skills for TV commercials and music videos as well as creating eye-catching installations at trade shows, conventions and special parties or events.
His work has been featured on Science Channel's Outrageous Acts of Science, TruTV's Almost Genius, and the lifestyle talk show Pickler & Ben.
Past clients include CBS, ESPN College GameDay, the LA band Dwntwn, as well as brands in Colorado, Los Angeles, and even Australia.
World Record Aspirations
Scott still dreams of breaking the world record for tallest house of cards. He would need a venue and/or a promotional event looking to tie in a world record-setting attempt for tallest house of freestanding playing cards. Scott has previously built to over 20 feet and knows that building higher is not only possible, but, for him, a necessity! He would welcome the opportunity to build to 40 feet or more, even if it required careful planning around his medical needs.
The attempt would require a host location with a high enough ceiling (e.g. "atrium" space) and about a two week span in which to build.
The easiest way to contact Scott is via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also reach out to him via Facebook or direct message on Instagram (@cardstories).
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