Scott Page was born in Montreal, Canada in 1970. His family moved to Toronto not long after. Scott studied Illustration at Sheridan College in the early 90’s. After finishing 3 years of College, Scott began his career as an in-house artist at Bozell Worldwide in Toronto. Scott spent the next 2 1/2 years working in the studio where he learned everything from creating storyboards, animatics, comps, paste-up art and graphic design. Although everything he created at that time was done with traditional media, Scott would later switch to creating all of his artwork digitally. Adobe Photoshop is his preferred paint and drawing program. His drawing tool is a 27" Wacom Cintiq.
In 1995, Scott left Bozell and set out on his own to pursue his dreams of being an independent freelance illustrator. Scott and his wife Michelle Robson Page founded “Scott Page Communications + Design”. Scott's illustration and design skills, combined with Michelle's Public Relations and marketing experience were the perfect match to drive the company's future success. Today they’re living their dream of working from their home based studio in Fenwick, Ontario. The majority of Scott’s work comes as a Commercial Storyboard Artist for many high profile clients. Not limiting himself to one market he also does regular editorial, book, graphic novel and corporate illustrations.
Apple, Canada Post, Drew Barrymore Show, Ellen Show, Family Feud, Ford, Fruit of the Loom's, Gatorade, Google, Hornito's, Jimmy John's, Kelly Clarkson Show, KFC, Kinder Surprise, McDonald's, Microsoft, Nescafe, Patron, Peloton, Pop Tarts, Samsung, TD Bank, Toyota, Tums, Twisted Tea, US Army, US Cellular, Wendy Williams Show, YouTube and Zillow.