In 2004, Scott made his debut as author-illustrator with the publication of Tuff Fluff: The Case of Duckie’s Missing Brain, one of our all-time favorite books. He also created an illustrated novel called The High Skies Adventures of Blue Jay The Pirate. Scott has lectured widely and taught at Boston University, Northeastern University, and the Art Institute of Boston. He helped establish and is the chair of the illustration department at the Maine College of Art. Scott is a graduate of the Swain School of Design and holds a master’s in Graphic Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He lives with his wife, collage artist and illustrator Nancy Gibson-Nash, and their dog, Zephyr, on what he calls “a floating chunk of Portland” called Peaks Island, Maine.
Illustrator Scott Nash will bring his markers and paper to RiverRun Bookstore for a fun-filled hour of storytelling, drawing, and mayhem.
Scott’s latest illustrations are in the book ‘I’m Afraid Your Teddy Is In Trouble Today,’ by Jancee Dunn. Scott is also well-known for his illustrations for the Flat Stanley books.