When we sat down with Scott to get to know him better, we were also lucky enough to be granted an interview with his beautiful beard. Here's what that ginger masterpiece had to say:
What's your favorite food to capture?
I'm a bit of a connoisseur of cookie crumbs.
Why is life hard for you?
Sometimes other beards find me intimidating.
Why is life awesome for you?
My whiskers bring all the girls to the yard.
What's the best part of your day?
When I get my daily shampooing and brushing.
Describe your ideal day.
A sunny afternoon with a cool breeze and an adult beverage.
What's your secret to staying healthy?
A steady diet of whiskey and a boar bristle brush.
Scott donned the most amazing costume for Halloween last year - he went as Alan from The Hangover.
There was no better way to honor the beard! Now, here's what Scott had to say about himself:
What are your interests?
I like to listen to and play music. I play trombone in a local punk rock marching band. I also love hiking, backpacking and most anything in the outdoors.
What are you good at?
I have a knack for remembering weird details and trivia. I'd probably be a good Jeopardy! contestant except that I'd refuse to answer in the form of a question.
What is your worst quality?
That ability to remember inconsequential details and trivia does not carry over into the actually important things I need to remember on a daily basis. If I don't set reminders, I'll forget almost anything I'm supposed to do on a given day.
What is the biggest risk you've ever taken?
Deciding that it's okay to work in a field completely outside of my academic background.
What's the most memorable request you've ever seen from a client?
One client asked us to arrange for a custom-designed novelty cake of a body part. I'll leave it at that.
Who is your spirit animal?
Does my beard count?
What are you most proud of?
I once played trombone in Afrika Bambaataa's dressing room. I wish I could say he was impressed, but I think mainly he just wanted to go home.
What advice would you give to the 16 year old version of yourself?
It's okay to not know who you are or what you're doing with your life. Half of growing up is changing your mind about everything you thought you knew.