Scott “Sourdough” Power is co-founder of Crewest Studio, a mission driven content company in Los Angeles dedicated to the creative class and the $2T creative economy. He has worked in visual communication and the creative arts for over 30 years.
Scott is a graduate of the AIGA Executive Business Program at Yale University. Over the years, Scott helped launch a medical NGO in Haiti, served on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Medical Assistance to Travelers (IAMAT) in Toronto, Canada and The Center for Biological Diversity in Tucson, AZ. In 2016, Scott earned his professional licensing certification from Licensing International.
Scott is a 2x Ironman triathlon finisher and award-winning entrepreneur. He is the executive producer and host of the popular creative culture podcast NOT REAL ART. Scott holds two design patents and is the author of several books including Bomb The Art World and 100 Top Street Artists.
Scott earned his B.A. from Columbia College Chicago and has held key creative and strategic positions in the worlds of publishing, brand marketing, health care and contemporary art. Throughout his career he has worked with top designers, contemporary artists and global Fortune 500 companies to create world class brands, products and content. Scott is involved with his alma mater to this day.
While in college, Scott decided to leave civilization altogether, build a rustic log cabin near the Arctic circle and live off the grid like Grizzly Adams. This is how he earned the nickname “Sourdough” and inducted into the venerable Explorers Club along with Ernest Shackleton, Teddy Roosevelt and Neal Armstrong, and other great explorers.