EducationMaster of Fine Arts in Industrial Art
Academy of Art University May 2014
Denver, CO
ProfessionsAward-Winning Painter
Actor
Video Editor

Artist | Actor | Editor

Raymond Scott is a visionary in both visual and performing arts. When he graduated high school he was a professional singer and an award-winning painter. Once in college he excelled in the dance. His choreography was sent to the American Collegiate Dance Festival in Witchita, KS and he was cast in Shirley Ririe’s restaging of Ha’Shoa. His senior recital, Transitions was a dynamic one man show that featured his vocal and dancing abilities. He received amazing reviews and was told it was the most diverse senior project that was in the program at that time. After graduating, Raymond moved to the up and coming artsy city of Denver, CO.

In Denver, Raymond added acting to his long list of dynamic talents. You can catch him on local TV commercials and soon to be on National TV. He continues to grow as a performing artist but in Denver his visual art has flourished. Raymond’s artwork is seen as a revolutionary and cosmic pleasure for the eye. He uses acrylic paint by choice but that doesn’t stop him from developing a mixed media piece, oil painting on canvas or a card for a friend.

Raymond currently is living in Denver with his dog, Flynn. He is also working as an instructor for Talk to the Camera, an organization guiding children to find their own artist voice through video work. It is there, he has found his love of video editing. He continuously shoots footage to create new projects. One little girl who has taken his class several times calls him, Mr. Raymond, the Most Awesomest Editor.

○ Cosmic & energetic – Lora
○ One word: WOW – Trish
○ Bubblegum. Bubbles, fun, lively colors – yep, bubblegum. Just makes me smile – Trish
○ Gorgeous! monumental – Jen
○ Incredible & glorious – Jen’s guests
○ It’s the first thing you see when you walk into my living room and it truly is a glorious piece of art!. Thanks R – Jennifer (tap teacher from college)
○ Brilliant color and concept – Stacey