Sarah Marisa Scott hails from St. Louis, Missouri. She attended Webster University where she received a BA in Art History and Criticism. Growing up, Sarah stayed on top of all the latest video game consoles, and eventually developed an affinity for computer gaming.
During her time at the Centre for Digital media, she worked on several projects, including partnerships with Ayogo Health, eatART Foundation, and a self-pitched project for air quality awareness. She has created graphics for these projects, using her design acumen to contribute to the early inception of project solutions, as well as in the development of a final prototype.
She is inspired to make games and applications more accessible, with interfaces that are both intuitive and elegant. She would love to work on serious games, including simulation games or games designed to assist people with health management.