SCOTT ALLEN TUCKER
The first to admit that he was a weird child, Scott will also proudly tell you that he has grown into an even weirder adult. At the nucleus of that weirdness is a creative mind. At a young age, he began writing and producing short films, which grew into larger projects in later years, including producing and writing a sitcom pilot when he was only 18. His talent as an actor drew him in front of the camera, as his flair for writing spanned over a barrage of mediums.
He knows how to tell a story. And for Q7, he helps see that the client’s story is properly told to the audience, overseeing content development, film-TV-radio production, model/talent management and anything else that needs done along the way.
YOU CAN TELL A LOT ABOUT A PERSON BY THEIR FAVORITE SENSORY EXPERIENCES.
SCOTT'S SENSORY PROFILE
Smell: Mothballs; an old schoolhouse
Touch: Getting into bed with fresh, clean linens; breeze on a nice spring day
Sight: Watching a movie at the drive-in theatre
Hearing: Running water; Thunderstorms
Taste: Chewy Sprees; Maid-Rites sandwiches
Intuition/Inspiration: Animals – for their unconditional love.
Humor: The clever writing on The Golden Girls; Damn You Auto Correct!