Music Director, Audio Producer

Scott Shattuck is an award-winning performer, music director, arranger, and music producer. He is the owner of Scott Shattuck Media, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Production from BYU’s highly competitive Commercial Music Program. Having also wet his whistle for a cappella music while being part of BYU’s renowned group Vocal Point, Scott’s primary focus is a cappella production, and he currently produces for vocal groups across the nation.

Scott arranges for many groups including BYU’s Vocal Point (including the song “Brave,” which was featured on the Grammy Awards and for which he received a nomination for Best Collegiate Arrangement from the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards), BYU’s Noteworthy and UVU’s Vocal Line. He has worked with a cappella groups Ball In the House, Beyond Measure, Duly Noted, and UPenn Dischord; and for Peter Hollens, Ben Bram of Pentatonix, and Dallyn Bayles.

As a music producer, Scott has recorded, edited and mixed for groups such as BYU’s Noteworthy, Vocal Point, UVU VoiceLine, Lucca Sounds, and One Voice Children’s Choir.

Scott continues his relationship with Vocal Point by serving as a Team Coach and music arranger for ReMix Vocal Academy at BYU, a position he has held since its inception in 2012. While a member of Vocal Point, he also served as an assistant to the director, leading rehearsals in the director’s absence.

Together with his wife, Ryceejo, Scott arranges and produces all the music and video content for their YouTube Channel “Scott & Ryceejo.” Their most viewed video, a mashup of “How Far I’ll Go” and “Go the Distance,” is nearing 3 million views. He and Ryceejo have a beautiful daughter who sometimes appears with them in their music videos!