Scott McIntyre graduated from the Atlanta College of Art in 1986 and joined Macy's Federated Department Stores in the Display and Design Division. While working at Macy's, he also taught painting techniques for stage sets in the Theater Department of Emory University. In 1990, working as a freelance artist for several Interior Designers and Decorators in Atlanta and Marietta, Ga. Scott's mural work emerged.
While having a keen eye for design and detail, Kirsten assists in the mural execution from start to finish. Kirsten has a Masters degree in School Counseling, and also many years of experience in a designer capacity for the furniture company, Storehouse.
Seventeen years of Scott's mural work can be found in many public and private schools, churches, hospitals, corporations and residences. Throughout the Southeast and Midwest, Scott's work has been highlighted in country clubhouses for the Flournoy Development Company and as far west as Hollywood, California. Other corporate clients have included the Children's Heart Center, Spencer Stuart Company, Wells Fargo Financial, Continental Gin Systems, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Atlanta Symphony Showhouse.
Clients across the United States have commissioned Londonberry Mural Press for mural work, as well as paintings and illustrations for publication. His illustrations can be found in the books India Unveiled and Souls Grown Deep by Bob Arnett and William Arnett. In addition, his work has been featured in Atlanta Homes and In Style magazines.