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Greg Givens

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

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Thinkwell
Los Angeles

Brian Bird

Brian Bird is Manager of Graphics at Thinkwell Group where he leads a design team of graphic designers, interactive designers and environmental designers. The project list ranges from theme parks to museums, zoos and retail venues. While his primary role is art directing and managing the graphics team, Brian actively leads design projects, creating identities, branding style guides, marketing collateral, websites and apps. Another key role is developing themed signage and environmental graphics and wayfinding systems.

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Thinkwell
Los Angeles

Thinkwell

Passion, collaboration, experience, innovation – plenty of words like this are thrown around by every kind of company in every kind of industry to convince you of their uniqueness and identity.

Our uniqueness is both simpler and more complex to describe.

Joe Zenas

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:

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Burbank

Projection Mapping

Performance Architecture

Using landmark spaces as digital canvas, projection mapping is trompe l'oeil on a gigantic, pulsating scale. Where will it take us next?

Call it projection mapping, pixel mapping, video mapping, or even architecturally registered mapping. It’s known by all those names and more. But the new media format that has been the toast of YouTube—and live audiences worldwide—has broken a major visual barrier and is poised to knock down more walls.

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