About Scott Dorman, the driving force behind Smalldog Imageworks, graduated with honors from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1992 with a degree in Communication Arts and Design. After working for a few years as a graphic designer, he shifted gears to become a photo retoucher, operating a Quantel Graphic Paintbox. Back then, supercomputers were the only option for high-end retouching. However, within a few years the Paintbox became obsolete, and Photoshop on Macintosh computers reigned supreme. From 2001-2005 he worked exclusively with photographer Jim Fiscus, creating award-winning work for clients such as Nike, Adidas, Michael Phelps for ESPN Magazine, Gordon Ramsay for Channel 4, Jamie Oliver, Rescue Me for FX, and hip hop artists such as Jay-Z for Reebok, Usher for Showtime, Jermaine Dupri, Outkast, Nelly, and Ludacris for The Source Magazine. in 2005, Smalldog Imageworks was founded, and Scott quickly developed relationships with photographers David Stuart, Randal Ford, Erik Almas, Rod McLean, Moshe Brakha, Steve Bonini, Kate Turning, Blair Bunting, Pete Barrett, and Andy Mahr. He has placed multiple times in Communication Arts' Photography Annuals, and Luerzer's Archive named him among the 200 Best Digital Artists Worldwide. Scott has always had a passion for modern architecture, which led to the design of his own studio shed pictured here, where he works (It was featured on Dwell Magazine's website). Scott lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Maura.