Amelia Osborne Scott, Content Director
An art lover, Amelia was originally drawn to travel as a means to explore the world’s great museums. After growing up in Manhattan and Greenwich, Connecticut, she embraced her wayfaring spirit and went to college abroad, at Scotland’s University of St Andrews. While studying Art History and Ancient History, Amelia traveled extensively in Europe and developed a love of photography—both taking photos and collecting the works of others. Before joining Indagare in 2011, Amelia did a post-graduate course at NYU and spent periods working for Sotheby’s, a firm of art advisors and in an artist’s studio.
Prized Travel Moment:
Seeing Mount Everest and the Taj Mahal within 72 hours.
Most Remote Adventures:
Visiting the heads of Easter Island; Off-roading along Namibia's Skeleton Coast; Playing castaway on an island off the coast of Zanzibar; seeing the the east coast of Australia, from the Great Barrier Reef to Sydney, by helicopter; Road-tripping through Eastern Europe in a vintage Skoda; Dog-sledding in International Falls, Minnesota.
Meadowood, Napa; Coral Reef Club, Barbados; Cap Rocat, Mallorca; Amangiri, Utah; Thanda Island, Tanzania; Hoanib Skeleton Camp, Namibia; Playa Grande Beach Club, Dominican Republic; Lodhi, New Delhi; The Lowell, New York.