Scott Fuller is a full-time freelancer and all round nice guy living and working in Atlanta Georgia, working in his Studio, Studio Temporary.
At a young age Scott was influenced by industrial vehicles, his father’s workshop was near a train yard and he was exposed to the logos and branding used on those machines.
He never took an art class before college and his initial major going into college was going to be mechanical engineering, but he found himself spending most of his time in the art department.
The first rockstar designer that he heard speak at a conference was Chip Kid, and also after meeting Steff Geissbuhler (Designer of the NBC Logo) he realised that graphic design was the path he was going to follow.
2 years after college he found his first design job. One fateful day while he worked in an Apple Reseller shop he sold a laptop to someone who inquired about freelance and offered him the job as the director of in-house design for his company.
He eventually got laid off again and was also given an eviction notice for the apartment he stayed at, this led to him taking Studio Temporary very seriously.
We talk about how he started freelancing full-time for Studio Temporary, advice from famous designers that influenced him, doing what you have to do, plans for the future and how the Atlanta Hawks found him on Instagram for a design project. Connect with Scott here https://www.instagram.com/studiotemporary/
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