Douglass Scott was, until 2010, creative director at the WGBH Educational Foundation in Boston, where he had worked since 1974. He currently runs a design practice doing book and identity design, and is consulting art director for Davis Publications, an art education publisher in Worcester, Mass. Scott teaches graphic design at Yale University School of Art and at RISD, where he is a recipient of the John R. Frazier Award for Excellence in Teaching. He has given more than 200 lectures on the history of design and printing, as well as his own work, at colleges, universities and symposia. Scott’s design work has won awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Society of Typographic Arts, Boston Hatch Awards, New York Art Directors Club, Boston Art Directors Club, Broadcast Designers Association and Bookbuilders of Boston. Scott holds a BArch from University of Nebraska, an MFA from Yale University, and studied the history of graphic design with Louis Danziger at Harvard University.