Scott Gandell is a professional illustrator, print maker, curator, and entrepreneur. He is a long-time board member and the development chair of the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles (si-la.org) where he has also served as president.
Scott is an alumni of ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena and the owner of Pop Secret Gallery in Glendale. He is the Art Director of Literature for Life and a contributing artist to Issues 2 through 6 of the journal. His work and studio have been featured in numerous magazines, newspapers, journals, and books.
In 2018, Scott was given the opportunity to design interiors for three different established auto manufacturers. His first project will debut during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. Scott is an active participant in the United States Air Force Art Program through the USAF APO. His work has been exhibited and sold in galleries across the United States and Canada, as well as displayed in collections worldwide.
He is married to his lovely wife, Anneline, with whom he has two fur babies—a male and a female. Together Scott and Anneline share an adventurous lifestyle, which leaves little time to update online profiles and websites.