Kelly Bailey is an artist from Jacksonville, Florida. She earned a BFA in Painting, Drawing and Printmaking and a BA in Art History from University of North Florida. After teaching for over a decade in Duval County Public Schools, she made the leap to graduate school, pursuing an MFA in Themed Entertainment Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Greg Givens is a graphic designer in themed entertainment at Thinkwell Group. He creates theme park logos, ride marquees, posters, billboards, and client presentation decks for theme parks, museums, and experiences around the world.Greg has spent time at both NBCUniversal and Walt Disney World, which have fed into his passions for theme parks and movies. Each experience has allowed him to realize the importance of story in bringing life to a creative piece. Story has become his creative driver
Brandon Clark is a Graphic Designer/Illustrator for Walt Disney theme parks and resorts and other endeavors for Walt Disney Imagineering. Brandon Clark has worked on Disney California Adventure, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and is presently working on the Shanghai Disneyland as well as providing graphics for D23, clothing designs for Disney's on site store Mickey's of Glendale, and other events sponsored by Walt Disney Imagineering. Brandon Clark has been able to work on great projects like the new Burna Vista Street in DCA as well as Star Tours in Anaheim and Florida.
Joe Zenas is a past board member of SEGD and the Chief Executive Officer of Thinkwell.
Joe joined Thinkwell in 2003 and is the Thinkwell principal responsible for leading the direction of the company and new growth opportunities, corporate strategies, strategic alliances and intellectual property partnerships. Joe is also the executive producer for numerous projects including:
Kim Gombita is an associate graphic designer at Walt Disney Imagineering. Previously as an intern, she worked work on a number of efforts and with their fabrication department to develop and build a wide range of graphics. Example projects include signage for the Food and Wine Festival at Epcot, marquees for product stands at Downtown Disney, operational signage for character meet and greets, and a variety of exterior graphics for each park.
Square Peg Design (Oakland, Calif.) was retained by Walt Disney Imagineering to develop the thematic visual layer for their latest family resort in Disney World, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort. The firm worked very closely with Disney Imagineering and Pixar to bring the graphic imagery of Cars, Nemo, The Little Mermaid, and The Lion King to life in the resort environment.