Scotty Roller grew up on the east side of Anaheim in the 70s and 80s. In 1986, as a Freshman in high school, he was asked to draw his first concert flyer for a local punk band and he’s been an artist ever since. In 2005 he got a job as art director at a hot rod shop, designing magazine ads, product catalogs and collaborating on the design of the cars themselves.
Fast forward to 2015, when Roller went full-time as the art director at Whitney Peak Hotel in Reno, designing menus, in-room collateral and ads while also cranking out all of the gig posters for Cargo Concert Hall.
In October of 2016, Roller partnered with the creative director of Whitney Peak and formed a creative agency called Duckfat & Chorizo. They took their show on the road to Austin where he continues to specialize in design for the music, restaurant and boutique hotel industries.
Along the way Roller has also been a licensed hair stylist, radio disc jockey, musician, ordained minister and now Artist-In-Residence for NV89.