Andrew Scott was born in Brooklyn, New York. He lives and works in Dallas, Texas. His work has been exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. He has worked on several public art and large civic projects. He has been the recipient of fellowships from The Ohio Arts Council and The Greater Columbus Arts Council. He received his BFA from Long Island University, Southampton Campus. He was awarded a University Fellowship for his MFA studies in sculpture at the Ohio State University. He also studied at the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD) at the Ohio State University.
As an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art he established the Computing Center for the Arts at Central State University and taught courses in sculpture. Andrew Scott worked as Creative Director in the Transportation and Surface Division at Burgess and Niple Limited, an engineering and architectural firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. At the Savannah College of Art and Design he was the Coordinator of the Sculpture Program on the Savannah Campus. He also taught classes for the School of Foundation Studies, Building Arts and the School of Design.
Andrew Scott is currently an Associate Professor of Art and Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) School of Art, Technology and Emerging Communications (ATEC) where he teaches courses in digital fabrication.
Andrew Scott’s artistic research and teaching successfully combines digital fabrication processes and traditional fine arts practices.