About Scott Mooney

How Scott can bring your ideas to life

  • Your message is primary. Scott’s adaptable skill set and range of illustration styles make him adept at finding the best approach for your message.

  • Large project? No problem. Scott has worked on projects involving many artists and can manage teams to get work done efficiently — on time and on budget.

  • Complexity is no roadblock. Infographics or motion graphics are perfect tools to break it down — and Scott brings creative, lateral thinking to the task. He is a fast learner, excels at research and can drill down to distill your message.

  • Even dark themes have silver linings. Humour is an effective tool in Scott’s toolbox that can shine light on even heavy subject matter, grabbing the viewers’ interest and keeping it long enough for them to grasp your message.

scott's Mission

To bring out the best in people by stimulating imaginations and catalyzing positive action, creating engagement and fulfillment.

Experience as an artist

Scott launched his illustration career in 1994, drawing cartoons and illustrations for publications of the Office of Research at the University of Guelph, where he also earned his honours B.A. Scott went on to work on the creative team at the safety communications company Creative Options for three years, and then moved on to a freelance career where he worked independently and led teams of artists to efficiently produce large numbers of high-quality illustrations on a tight schedule. Team projects included two graphic novels, a series of 260 illustrations for 3 publications by the Canadian Red Cross, and a series of eight whiteboard animations for the food security organization Feeding Nine Billion. He has also held several leadership positions in the volunteer organization, Motomo Nation. In addition to his current role as illustrator, comic book artist and whiteboard animator, Scott is the production manager at Trina Koster Photography, a well-established photography studio where he retouches images and collaborates in the various tasks of running a small business in partnership with his wife, photographer Trina Koster (https://trinakoster.com). Scott works in Guelph, Ontario, where he lives with Trina and their two dogs.

Clients scott has worked with

  • Fear Free Happy Homes

  • Think Partners

  • Conestoga College

  • 25 Waterloo

  • innovation in a box

  • University of Guelph

  • Wellington County

  • Town of Whitby

  • City of Guelph

  • Juice Inc.

  • Dialectic Solutions

  • World Vision

  • Blue North

  • Portage and Main Press

  • University of Guelph

  • City of Guelph

  • Pizza Nova

  • Colgate

  • Glade

  • Coca-Cola

  • FeedingNineBillion.com

  • Canada Post

  • TedX Toronto 2010

  • Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA)

  • Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA)

  • Dell Computers

  • K-Mart

  • Lowes

  • Lind Design


  • Canadian Red Cross

  • UpHere Business Magazine

  • Launch/CIM

  • Firefly Books

  • Guelph Aids Committee (Arch)

  • CommonVision Inc.

  • Foldigo

  • Zeroes2Heros

  • Gartner Lee

  • Dogs in Canada Magazine

  • CSL Silicones

  • Hillside Festival Guelph

  • Market Force

  • BinSolutions.ca

  • Organic Garage

  • Harper Collins

  • Thomas King

  • Scholastic Canada

  • Cambridge University Press

  • Metrix Group

  • Creative Options

  • Norshipco

  • Pep Boys

  • SalesForce.com

  • Chupa Chups Candy

  • Guillian Chocolates

  • Second Cup