MEET LMC’s SCOTT FELDSTEIN
Scott is a writer, speaker, culinary junkie, musician and Jedi master. As Brand Manager and Copywriter at Laura Mitchell Consulting, he uses his creativity to effectively communicate company values to just the right target demographic. In addition to 15 years of experience in technology, Scott has studied psychology, religion, education and computing and holds a master’s degree from Marquette University.
Q: If you could vacation anywhere on the planet, where would you go?
A: Spain. I’m kind of a foodie and I hear that Spain is becoming the new food capital of the world. But Europe and Asia are both really calling to me.
Q: So you’re a foodie. Tell us what your favorite food is and why?
A: Hmm. My favorite food…SO hard to say. Thin crust pepperoni pizza? A well made cheese omelet? Excellent chili? No, I’m going to go with a really good Cuban sandwich.
Q: What one piece of advice would you give your younger self?
A: I would remind myself that things that seem permanent always change in time. When things seem awful, it’s important to remember this. But there’s the flip side: when things seem great, it’s just a matter of time…
Q: What food do you dislike?
A: Quinoa. It just doesn’t taste like food to me. Also, sweet bagels. They’re just wrong. They shouldn’t exist, period.
Check out this gallery of Scott’s excellent creations:
In fact, Scott is so passionate about the notion of sweet bagels that he was compelled to write a short essay on the “wrongness” of sweet bagels. Read it here.
Q: What do people not know about you?
A: I used to be a professional photographer. I was hired for weddings, sporting events, parties, and the like. In fact, my photography is still on Flikr. I loved it, but after my fair share of weddings, I decided to move on. I still like to do it for fun, but just not as a primary business. It’s been very helpful for stock photography with LMC.
Q: What is something that you would like to learn to do?
A: Bake. I cook a lot, but don’t bake a lot except for the New York Times’ no-knead bread. The world of baking is mysterious. There are so many recipes that I would like to make, but I just don’t feel confident enough to try.
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