Chuck Thompson-Designer/Mac Guru

I was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. My family says that I was born with a paintbrush in my hand, so it is safe to say that I am a natural born artist. I attended the Art Institute of Atlanta and obtained a BFA degree in Visual Communications. I have 20+ years of experience in design, advertising and marketing. I personally think that I make Scott look even better than he is, which requires great skill.

Aaron Burleson-Designer/Photo Shop Artist

I have been a graphic designer for 25 years, providing creative marketing solutions to a diverse base of clients. I earned a degree in Communications from Appalalachian State University in 1986. After an illustrious career as an Art Director in the newspaper industry, I established my own agency. When I am not chasing Scott around the country, I can be found playing keyboard, guitar and bass with various musical ensembles.

George Skala-Pilot Extraordinaire

Beyond being a helicopter pilot, I pride myself at being Scott's "go to " boy for any and all additional photographic assistant roles. We have traveled thousands of miles together, for over 15 years. It is still, always an adventure. When I am not traveling with Scott, I am writing letters of apology to all of the agencies that I have offended, breaking the rules, so that Scott can get "the shot".

Jonathan Hernandez-Rumbo- Creative Director

I began my career as a designer in advertising in the early 1990's at an agency known as VAM Creative, an Argentinean agency that was part of the B & B GROUP. I continued from there to a position as a Designer/Art Director at Kodak Miami in 1995. For a number of years, I worked in the publishing world. I launched Jonsof in 1997, specializing in advertising and publishing creative. As the Creative Officer, I worked on many accounts spanning every category from retail, to consumer, to b to b. Today, I am the Creative Director for multiple advertising agencies in the US and Argentina. One of my favorite pastimes is teaching Scott about Argentinean culture!