Commissioned to make awards for VIBES 2007 – 2022.
The design of these awards is based on a natural landscape theme. Rich in colour and unspoiled to promote the vision of the future in response to the efforts applied to the environment today. The fused glass has been shaped to represent movement into the future. The Ash base has a natural edge exposed to give an organic feel and being a native timber, this keeps the Scottish connection.
Chamber of Commerce
A commission to make awards for Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce 2014 – 2018.
The awards for Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce were medium sized sushi dishes made in the corporate colours with engraved details of the event and winners name. They were supplied in bespoke gift boxes.
Andy Murray - Freedom of Stirling Award
I’m really pleased that Andy Murray was presented with one of my sculptures as part of his Freedom of Stirling award.
The sculpture was a wooden discus on a slate base and the fused glass discs had an outline of Stirling castle on them. This was made as part of a collection of my work that was commissioned by the Lord Provost of Stirling. The collection was to mark the 700th Anniversary of the battle of Bannockburn. I knew that the discus sculpture was for a special gift, but had no idea it was for Andy Murray!
Bidvest Food Service
Commissioned to make awards for Bidvest 3663 Golf foundation day 2014-2022.
Environmental Placement Programme
Commissioned to make awards for Environmental Placement Programme 2010 – 2022.
Robert Burns Humanitarian Award
The Robert Burns Humanitarian Award 2008 – 2015 on behalf of Event Scotland.
The main award represents an abstract interpretation of a book of poetry by Robert Burns. The design of the glass is based on a natural landscape and was shaped to represent a page of poetry in motion.
The second and third prize awards were fused glass panels in the Robert Burns Humanitarian Awards colours and were secured onto an Elm base.
Commissioned to make the SCVO awards 2008 – 2022 on behalf of Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations.
Transport for Edinburgh Awards
Commission to make awards for Transport for Edinburgh 2013 and 2014.
These awards were made for the 4 different sectors of the company and incorporated the company colours for each award. The company logo for each sector was engraved into the fused glass panels and an engraving plate was fitted to the Ash base of each award.
The Jolomo Foundation Awards
Commissioned for The Jolomo Lloyds TSB Scotland Awards 2007 and awards for The Jolomo Foundation Awards 2009, 2011 and 2013.
The design of the main award was conceived after speaking to many of the past finalists and winners. They all spoke about the amazing journey they have been on and how it had allowed their careers to progress in a different direction. The abstract ‘V’ shape represents the different paths their careers could follow; the superior path being the one followed after being involved with The Jolomo Foundation. The colours represent the abstract scene of a beautiful Scottish sunset.
ENU Alumni Awards
Scott was commissioned to make awards for Edinburgh Napier University Alumni Awards between 2010 – 2022.
These Alumni awards incorporate the Edinburgh Napier University red triangle logo. The carving represents the shadow of the triangle in the logo. The Edinburgh Napier University tartan colours (red, green and blue) were incorporated into one of the fused glass triangles.
Corporate Pieces for Gateshead Hospital
Commissioned for a large corporate project for a new surgical hospital in Gateshead and a new A&E unit which opened in 2014.
Skibo Castle Golf Club Pro Am Award
These awards were commissioned for the Carnegie Club Golf ProAm in 2014.
The design was based on an abstract image of the 18th green of the course. These were made in 3 different sizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes. The Skibo castle logo was engraved on to the glass panel on each award and colour filled in Gold, Silver or Bronze.
ENU American Football Award
This Varsity award was made for Edinburgh Napier University for their annual American football match against Edinburgh University.
The award was designed to represent a spinning American football and the team colours of the universities are incorporated into fused glass discs, one on each side so that the winning team can display the award showing their team colours. The ‘v’ shape is to the arms of a player reaching for the ball.
3663 Sustainability Conference Awards
Commissioned to make awards for 3663‘s annual Sustainability Conference 2008 – 2012.
The awards were made from Sycamore and fused glass. The circular sculpture resembled a wheel which connected with the transportation business. The colours of the fused glass discs represented those in the company logo. The carving was chosen to replicate the design of the company logo and to represent movement.
British Heart Foundation Awards
These awards were specially commissioned for British Heart Foundation Fundraising Awards 2010 and 2011.
The fused glass was made in a heart shape to represent the corporate logo and the ‘v’ is to represent the voluntary sector. A small dichroic glass heart was added to each sculpture (a heart within a heart).
Institute of Fundraising Scotland Awards
Commissioned to make Institute of Fundraising Scotland Awards for 2009.
Forward Scotland Award
This fused glass commission was for the Champions for Sustainable Communities Awards 2008 for Forward Scotland.
This award was designed to represent an unspoiled Scottish landscape in the corporate colours of their logo. The flag symbol from their logo was incorporated into the fused glass panel. The theme for this award was community therefore when 4 of the awards were linked, they made a complete circle to represent the community.
The Eco Prize for Creativity Award
Commissioned to make awards for The Eco Prize for Creativity 2005.
Helping Hands Awards
This award was made from Scottish Ash with hand carved detail.
The design represents the corporate logo of the Helping Hands organisation. The fused glass was designed to give a muted effect of the Scottish flag, in accordance with the logo design.
Green Templeton College, Oxford
The design of these awards incorporates the crest of the college. The fused glass discs incorporated the serpent coiled around a staff (a symbol for the healing arts) and the overall design of the award was based on the nautilus shell symbol of the crest. It was made from Scottish Ash.
BBC TV Scotland
Scott has taken part in a short programme (Landward) for BBC Scotland television, shown October 2002.
Paul Topen/Hussein Chalayan collaboration
Previously worked in conjunction with ‘therefore designs’ by Paul Topen for Hussein Chalayan, London Fashion Designer.