Scott Page is a musician, technologist and entrepreneur. As a performer he is widely recognized as the saxophonist/guitarist for Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto. He currently serves as CEO of Think:EXP, "a live immersive media company based in Los Angeles.” As an entrepreneur, Page formed Walt Tucker Productions, an audio video post-production company that included projects for The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, Garth Brooks, Scorpions and others. He also co-founded 7th Level, Inc., an award-winning CD-ROM game and educational software company. At 7th Level he co-produced and directed Tuneland, the world’s first interactive musical cartoon (starring Howie Mandel), the globally lauded Monty Python interactive series, and was instrumental in the development of QD7; an interactive multimedia joint venture between Quincy Jones, David Salzman and 7th level. As an artist he continues to record and play live performances.
Page's industry acknowledgments include being named one of "The Top 100 Multimedia Producers" by Multimedia Magazine; the "100 Coolest People in Los Angeles" by Buzz Magazine; and one of "50 New Media Innovators" profiled in Pioneer Electronics' Multimedia Frontier.