With a background in theatre, hospitality, event and garden design, and antiques, Scott’s professional experience spans 30 years. He has been with PAS for 6 of those years and, in this time, has enhanced the brand with his creativity, knowledge, and exemplary customer service.
Scott’s fascination with antiques was begun at the tender age of 9, when he started collecting antique postcards, stamps and maps. At age 15, he embarked upon his first architectural salvage project – removing, repairing and refinishing a pair of 8-foot tall, intricately carved Victorian entry doors from the front of a former orphanage in Troy, NY. He has been enthusiastically buying and selling antiques ever since!
Scott’s interests, in addition to antiques and architectural salvage, include art, garden design, local history, architecture and modern design.
Susan has been with PAS for just over a year, following 3 decades of work in business development for both the profit and not-for-profit sectors. She is thrilled to dispense with a traditional ‘desk job,’ and delights in learning more about architectural salvage and antiques, a love for which courses through her veins….her parents (and grandparents!) were antiques dealers!
In addition to helping ‘on the floor,’ Susan oversees all administrative operations, including bookkeeping, advertising, website, and various other “good stuff.” She worships her dogs. That is all.
PAS is thrilled to have Thomas on staff as its newest Sales Associate – and he’s knocking it out of the park with his friendly demeanor, warm customer service, and fast-growing knowledge of the business and merchandise.
Thomas hails from our Nation’s capital, but has graced our fair State for the past 13 years. (Lucky us!) He is very active in local theater and sings with the Maine Gay Men’s Chorus. Prior to joining PAS, Thomas was a nanny for 12 years and studied Musical Theater and Dance at Point Park College in Pittsburgh.
David was born in California and made a six month trip in a pop up van around the US with his family when he was four. His parents decided to plant their roots in New Harbor, Maine, where David grew up doing dance, musical theater, and frolicking in the woods!
He spent his senior year of high school studying abroad in Husavik, Iceland, which was a life changing experience. He lived in Plymouth, New Hampshire shortly after his return, then spent ten years living in Chapel Hill and Raleigh, North Carolina. Ten years later he returned to Maine, and quickly moved to Portland!
He makes art of all varieties including but not limited to painting, digital art, and drawing. His dog, Poppy, came with him from North Carolina and has been a Mainer ever since!