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About Richard
Richard E. Scott, ASLA, ASAI, is a Landscape Architect, teacher, architectural illustrator, and fine artist.

He has taught in the Landscape Architecture Department at Cal Poly Pomona, the Landscape Architecture Extension Program at UCLA, and the Environmental Design Program at Art Center, Pasadena. His students enjoy his energetic and fun teaching style, state-of-the-art equipment, and highly organized classes. They appreciate his relentless focus on improving the skill of each student every session, and his genuine concern for the success of each student.

His renderings have appeared numerous times in Landscape Architecture Magazine, and have been featured in several books on architectural rendering. His projects include rendering work for the University of California, Donald Trump, George Lucas, Christopher Alexander (author of A Pattern Language), the J. Paul Getty Museum, UCLA, the City of Los Angeles (City Hall), and ABC Network Studios. His work for the University of California has also been on display at the State Capital in Sacramento, California.

Richard's goal is to communicate the lessons he has learned working on literally thousands of renderings for hundreds of projects, and to teach designers how to apply these lessons to improve the quality of their own work.