Scott D. Butcher is an author and photographer, historian and presenter, and professional marketer. He is the author of eleven books, ranging from 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 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; and the upcoming releases, Lancaster Reflections and Tucson Perspectives. He is a Certified Professional Services Marketer through the Society for Marketing Professional Services, a past recipient of the Central Penn Business Journal's Forty Under 40 award, and was recently named Leadership York's Outstanding Alumnus of the Year for 2010.
Tombstone: Relive the Gunfight at the OK Corral has been released by Schiffer Publishing.
Lancaster Reflections, Scott's next title in the pipeline, is scheduled to be released in Autumn 2010.
Scott will be again leading the Spooky York walking tour to benefit Downtown Inc, York. Check back for more details.
The photography and writing for Tucson Perspectives has been completed and submitted to the publisher. Look for a release in Spring 2011.
Scott has been selected to moderate a marketing planning roundtable at the Society for Marketing Professional Services National Conference in Boston.
Scott has been featured in an article posted on The Savvy Book Marketer by Dana Lynn Smith, author of the successful series of Savvy Book Marketing guides.
Leadership York has named Scott its 2010 Outstanding Alumnus. He is a 1996 graduate of the Leadership Training Program (LTP).