About

 

Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM is an author and photographer, historian and presenter, and professional marketer.  He is the author of thirteen books, ranging from marketing and branding to local history and architecture to photographic legacy books.  Over 1,400 of Scott’s photographs have appeared in print, including books, community guides, magazines, and more.  Scott’s books include Reputation Design+Build, Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania, Delaware Reflections; Gettysburg Perspectives; Tombstone: Relive the Gunfight at the OK Corral; York: America’s Historic Crossroads; York (Postcard History Series); York’s Historic Architecture; Spooky York, Pennsylvania; Civil War Walking Tour of York, PA; Marketing in the Building Industry, Lancaster County Reflections, Tucson Perspectives, and the forthcoming release Harrisburg Reflections.  He is a Certified Professional Services Marketer through the Society for Marketing Professional Services and a past recipient of the Central Penn Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 award as well as the Leadership York Outstanding Alumnus award.  He is also a Fellow of SMPS and serves on the Board of Trustees for the SMPS Foundation.  Scott also serves as Vice President of JDB Engineering, Inc.

What’s important to me?  Here are community and professional organizations that I’m currently involved with or have recently been involved with / supported.

Society for Marketing Professional Services Foundation

American Institute of Architects, Central PA Chapter

American Red Cross – York Adams Chapter

Downtown Inc / Main Street York

Green Building Association of Central PA

Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County

Historic York

Leadership York

March for Babies (my son is the 2010 local ambassador!)

March of Dimes

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Preservation Pennsylvania

Society for Marketing Professional Services

Society for Marketing Professional Services – Central PA Chapter

William Goodridge Freedom House & Underground Railroad Museum

York County Convention & Visitors Bureau

York County Heritage Trust

York Hospital NICU
(This links to the Wellspan Foundation site … please consider a gift directed to the NICU … I have a healthy son because of their miracle workers!)