Scott Boucher

Visual Communications and Marketing

Scott is the Senior Graphic Designer on our Marketing Team, helping showcase our capabilities to current and prospective clients through all marketing and business development touch points including social, ads, marketing materials, and pitch presentations.

With over 30 years of experience in the field, Scott has been a part of a team that developed websites and intranets for a Fortune 500 financial services company. He has also done extensive creative work across a wide variety of other brands and industries. 

Scott is known for the thorough thought process and approach he takes when developing design work.

He has a B.A. in Fine Arts from Indiana University. 

What skills and expertise do you bring to the team?

I bring a set of design and creative thinking skills developed while working for a wide variety of clients. I also bring a passion for learning and sharing.

What do you find most rewarding about your work?

I love it when I’m part of a team that produces high-level work that has a real impact.

What have you learned most recently?

I’ve been learning about all the great creative tools available on iPads.

What work have you done that you're particularly proud of?

I developed the design of a client magazine and then helped them think through how to take the magazine content and leverage it on their website blog and social media channels for a greater impact.

What makes you proud to work at Blue Beyond?

I love the idea of working for a company that truly believes a business can be source for positive change in the world.

What is your favorite time of the year?

I’ve always loved Fall. With several members of my family involved in education, the start of a new school year is a time of excitement for our family. I also love the anticipation of so many upcoming holidays.

What characteristic do you most admire in others?

As an introvert, I’ve always been fascinated by people who have a natural ability to be outgoing. I truly admire people who are able to form connections with people effortlessly.

What is the most important lesson you've learned in the last year?

Be flexible. Life comes at you fast and you have to be able to adapt.

If you could take the year off, what would you do?

Be a sports photographer and travel.

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