Scott Carroll was born in St. Louis, Missouri and moved to New Orleans in 1989 to earn a degree in Graphic Arts at Loyola University. Before opening his design studio in 1995, he taught part-time at Loyola University and worked with a small local advertising agency.
Scott’s clients have included TABASCO brand Pepper Sauce, The National WWII Museum, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, and the Roosevelt Hotel New Orleans. His projects have ranged from logo and package design to political campaign publications, books, and annual reports.
Scott’s recent work has included ads for TABASCO brand Pepper Sauce in Garden & Gun magazine, new packaging design for TABASCO’s Family Reserve Red Pepper Sauce and Buffalo Hot Sauce, and printed materials for the new expansion at the National World War II Museum. He specializes in identity design, packaging, and branding.
Scott’s work has been recognized by AIGA. He has also been showcased in such publications as LogoLounge Book 4; LogoLounge Master Books 1, 2, and 4; Vormator: The Elements of Design; and Print Regional Design Annual.