“Since my first job out of college, I have said, “No matter what position I hold in a company, I’ll always be the guy who still takes the trash to the dumpster.” Meaning, that there are no jobs beneath me. This, to me, exemplifies how 3D works with our clients. We roll up our sleeves and get the job done, no matter what it takes.”Contact Scott
As a Senior Producer and Operations Director for 3D, Scott brings more than 15 years of experience leading all production aspects for clients in their FDA Advisory Committee Meeting (FDA ADCOM) and EMA Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) meeting preparation. This includes more than 130 FDA ADCOM Meetings, more than 400 mock meetings, and advisory boards. Scott also works closely with clients to train them on 3D’s proprietary technologies and processes associated with regulatory meeting preparation.
Scott takes a “no failure” approach to meeting execution. Being on the front lines of executing a live FDA ADCOM and CHMP Meetings from a productions standpoint, Scott understands the high-stakes nature of these events – and the importance of excelling technically at a high level. Working closely with his clients, Scott designs new technologies and creates new processes to improve the way sponsors prepare for and execute during these important regulatory meetings.
Before joining 3D, Scott worked at a Medical Communications firm, as well as several design agencies in the Raleigh, NC area. In those roles, he led design teams that supported clients’ clinical product messaging and major drug launch branding. Scott moved to Advisory Committee preparation, and in 2009 became a founding member of 3D Productions.
Most of Scott’s spare time is spent with his son and daughter. Hiking, kayaking, fishing, cooking, and traveling are a few activities he shares with his children. Scott has been a longtime supporter of the National Wildlife Federation. Since losing his mother to a stroke in 2007, Scott supports foundations like American Heart Association and Lisa Foundation for Brain Aneurysms. Scott also supports the Raleigh chapter of JDRF and GSD4Kids.