Scott Brady is an adventure traveler, photographer, and publisher. He is the CEO of Overland International, parent company of Overland Journal magazine and expeditionportal.com, the world’s largest and most visited vehicle-dependent expedition community and overlanding editorial resource. Because of the large audiences to these outlets (over 1 million visitors monthly), Scott is often credited for popularizing overland travel in North America. 

As an overlander, Scott has crossed all seven continents and circumnavigated the planet three times by a combination of 4WD vehicle and adventure motorcycle. He was the expedition leader of the Expeditions 7 project (in partnership with Greg Miller), a three-year global adventure that took the same Toyota Land Cruiser to all seven continents (completed in 2014). In addition, Scott led the first Americans to cross the Antarctic continent by 4WD, from the east coast at Novo to the Ross Ice Shelf⸺and back. Other notable expeditions include driving and riding the length of the Americas, from Prudhoe Bay to Ushuaia (completed in 2016), and crossing the Silk Road (2010). As a professional driver, Scott was the first (and only) American driver to win the Outback Challenge. His driving and expedition skills have been employed by Top Gear, Toyota, Jeep, Mobil1, and others.


As a photographer and journalist, Scott has contributed to high-quality publications and commercial clients like Overland Journal, Expedition Portal, Toyota, Jeep, Robb Report, Outside, Guns and Ammo, Wheels Afield, Adventure Journal, and others. Scott was also featured in Fortune magazine, relating his experiences as an entrepreneur and adventurer. He has also been featured on television for the Speed Channel, Dangerous Drives, The Grid, Fox Sports, and Top Gear USA. Scott lives in Prescott, Arizona.   

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