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Chick Russell Communications

Chick Russell Communications is a multi-award winning creative development company specializing in the design of extraordinary destination experiences, luxury tourism resorts, immersive theme park attractions and engaging museum exhibits.

Chick Russell has developed a number of iconic projects including The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Transformers the Ride 3D, and the Nintendo Super Mario Kart Ride for Universal Studios and the Tokyo DisneySea theme park for The Walt Disney Company.

Jeff Lancaster

Jeff Lancaster is the creative director for HOK’s Experience Design group. Jeff Lancaster brings with him experience in creating brand experiences for clients in workplace, higher education, technology and retail that spans two decades. This includes clients such as Johnson & Johnson, Comcast, Bank of America, and LG. Lancaster’s experience has given him the opportunity to be included in the entire process of built projects, from development to creation and finished product.

Jeff Lancaster
HOK
Los Angeles

Adam Moussa

Adam Moussa is a multidisciplinary designer with degrees in architecture, fine arts, and anthropology. He has contributed to organizations of various scales and ventures of assorted impacts in entrepreneurship, strategy, fine art, accounting/finance, and science.

Adam Moussa
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Los Angeles

John Temple

John Temple is a Partner at Hunt Design, a graphic design consulting firm specializing in environmental graphics and exhibit design for public spaces, parks, museums, attractions, retail projects, entertainment centers, hospitality and multi-use developments.

John Temple, Partner of Hunt Design
Hunt Design
Los Angeles

Linda Sturling

Graphic art and design has always intrigued Linda Sturling; it's a lifelong passion. She loves to draw and paint on traditional media and love working in new technologies in digital graphics. She did her first drawing of a portrait when she was five years old. After that, Linda did many drawings throughout her childhood and teenage years. She made many drawings of people, still life, landscapes, random objects, imagined things but horses were her favorite as a child. As she grew into adulthood, Linda dreamed of creating art and design as a career.

Linda Sturling
None
Los Angeles

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