ORLANDO, FL-- December 3, 2013 - Information Architects (OTC Pink: IACH), today announced that Scotty Roberts, editor-in-chief and creative director of Intrepid Magazine, will join the organization as senior creative director. Mr. Roberts will oversee all facets of the creative direction and themed development environments.
"Scotty's imagination and passion for ideas-driven work make him the perfect creative force as the Company enters into its new phase of creating its mission of economic substance," stated Steve Adelstein, President of mergers and acquisitions. "It's a tall order to hope for vision, exacting standards, a delight in taking risks, and a collaborative spirit all in one person, and after twenty years, we feel very lucky to have found that in him."
Mr. Roberts has built a diverse career in publishing and creative roles, developing design concepts and layouts; conceptualizing, commissioning, and directing photo shoots and edited photography. At Intrepid Magazine he founded and oversaw the creative and editorial direction of the magazine and married its visual style with the brand's media and public symposium segments. Mr. Roberts also served as the Creative Director and Editor-in-Chief of TAPS ParaMagazine, SyFy Channel's Ghost Hunters' official publication. At his eponymous design firm, Scott Alan Roberts Art Direction & Design, he provided art direction and design for such varied clientele as DisneyWorld Travel, National Car Rental, Pepperidge Farm, Kraft Foods and several ad houses, McCracken Books, Waters Molitor and Carmichael Lynch.
"The opportunity to build out a compelling, rich and immersive brand experience for IACH is incredibly exciting. I look forward to helping grow the brand in all its creative dimensions." ~ Scotty Roberts
Mr. Roberts is an established author with five books in publication: author and illustrator of The Rollicking Adventures of Tam O'Hare (Morgan-James); author of The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim, The Secret History of the Reptilians, The Exodus Reality, and contributor to Lost Civilizations and Secrets of the Past (all from New Page Books).
SOURCE: Information Architects