Since 1980 Scott Sinclair has produced design and illustration for themed venues, the entertainment industry, exhibits, interactive displays, branded environments, and the architectural community.

Scott has played key roles in concept and design efforts on high profile projects with prestigious companies such as: DISNEY: Tokyo DisneySea, Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland, Disneyland Marketing and Entertainment Division live stage shows and parades; SONY: Sony’s retail entertainment center, Metreon in San Francisco and Mediage in Tokyo.

More recently, Scott has taken on lead creative roles in a number of ambitious themed and museum projects including Paul Allen’s Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame in Seattle, The Central Valley Ag Pavilion and Learning Center in Modesto, California, and an indoor skiing and snow play area in Dubai.

As a conceptual designer Scott is a true visual magician with the ability to communicate original and exciting experiences with beautiful imagery. As a production designer he has made many complex projects come to life through all phases of implementation including installation and operation.

20 plus years of hands on experience have made Scott comfortable with the design and production process . Rough sketches, storyboards, sculptural maquettes, model making (computer and traditional), scale concept packages, production art direction, and marketing art are all realms in which Scott excels.

Bonnie Sinclair has over 20 years of experience working as a designer, art director, and design administrator within the entertainment and licensing industries. Her work has encompassed motion pictures, television (Emmy winner), theme parks, retail design, licensing, theater, education and museum curation.

Bonnie has worked with virtually every major entertainment company including: THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY, WARNER BROS., SONY, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS, RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL.

Those with whom Bonnie has worked have grown to depend on her ability to get a solid handle on the administrative needs of large complex projects while, simultaneously, nurturing the creative process.

This unique blend of abilities has led Bonnie to responsibilities such as: Fashion Department Chair, Brooks College, Long Beach, California, Costume Director, Landmark Entertainment Group, and Costume Director at Radio City Music Hall where she was responsible for coordinating literally thousands of costumes per show.

Most recently Bonnie was asked to organize and art direct a major licensing program for Universal Studios Consumer Products in conjunction with the release of a major feature film.