Music Director, Children’s Choir + Amplify
Scott Shattuck is an award-winning performer, music director, arranger, and producer. He is the owner
of Scott Shattuck Media, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in music production from BYU’s Commercial
In addition to being the music director for Rise Up Children’s Choir and Amplify, Scott is
also the music director of BYU’s prestigious a cappella group Noteworthy. Scott’s primary love is a
cappella production and arranging, and he currently produces for many a cappella vocal groups across
the nation including BYU Vocal Point (of which he was a former member), UVU VoiceLine, Ball In the
House, Beyond Measure, Duly Noted, Critical Mass, and UPenn Dischord. He has also produced music
for artists such as Peter Hollens, Ben Bram of Pentatonix, and Dallyn Bayles. Scott often serves as a
Team Coach and music arranger for ReMix Vocal Academy at BYU.
Together with his wife, Ryceejo, Scott arranges and produces all the music and video content for their YouTube channel, Scott & Ryceejo.