WHAT I DO IS NOT NEARLY AS
IMPORTANT AS WHO I AM.

Patrick Scully

Lead Shepherd

Scully is widely respected throughout the Southeast for his creative vision, and has a reputation for being an encourager of people. His shepherding heart is evident in many places. Read more about his personal life below.

He began his professional career as an art director in Atlanta in 1996 at T.G. Madison Advertising. Scully learned his craft by helping companies such as Met Life, Kimberly-Clark and the nonprofit American Cancer Society establish creative branding.

In 2000 he moved to Asheville, NC, launching his own company Scullytown, where he was CEO and Creative Director. Over the past decade, he’s helped hundreds of companies and nonprofits create memorable and effective brands.

Core Values

The following values guide Scully and his Web Shepherds in their professional and personal lives:

INTEGRITY  ::  We do what we say we will do. We are trustworthy.
ACCOUNTABILITY  ::  We take responsibility for our actions.
GRATITUDE  ::  We are thankful for the stewardship of our clients’ business, for opportunities to grow, and for the people with whom we work.
SELFLESSNESS  ::  We get things done, and we do it while watching out for others.
COMMITMENT  ::  We will always strive to improve quality, cost, and delivery.

Professional Background & Studies

Professional Background

2000 to present—CEO, Creative Director, The Web Shepherds (formerly Scullytown).
1996-2000—Art Director, T.G. Madison Advertising, Atlanta, where he worked on national accounts such as American Cancer Society, MetLife and Kimberly-Clark.1996-2000

Formal Studies

1986-88—Fine Arts :: Appalachian State University
1989-90—Fine Arts :: Savannah College of Art and Design
1994-95—Computer Graphics and 3D Animation :: International Fine Arts College

Up Close & Personal

Scully and his wife Alyssa met at age 5. They met again in their mid 20’s and eventually married 19 years ago; they have four beautiful children. Although raising a family takes time and effort, they still make time to give back. They have been foster parents to several children and have adopted a child through Bethany Christian Services.

Scully has been a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and also disciples youth and young men in the church and in the community. He has served on staff with Asheville Buncombe Youth Soccer Association where he trained and coached both boys and girls teams.

Scully was the co-founder of a 501c3 organization called Touch + Lift Ministries. And as a missionary, he has done meaningful Christian and humanitarian work in countries like Zambia, Uganda, and Honduras. He is also currently serving a term on the board of Vision Nicaragua.

Scully loves his life and hopes to continue to live it in a way that is pleasing to “The Good Shepherd.”