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As a Disney Cast Member and Imagineer in the early 1990’s, Brian helped create the magic for some of the most beloved attractions throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, including show concepts for such attractions as The Great Movie Ride, the Jungle Cruise, and EPCOT’s World Showcase.
After leaving Disney, he continued to earn his stripes in a variety of creative positions within the ranks of corporate America. A passionate educator, Brian has served on the faculty of several colleges and universities where he has developed and taught courses on entrepreneurship, marketing, innovation, and even "Product Development for Theme Parks." Through it all, he has always maintained a “dotted line” relationship with Disney and has continued to work for them in a variety of freelance and contractual projects over the years.
As the founder of WDWithMe, Brian comes full circle in his career and is now leveraging his background and experience as a former Imagineer to share his creativity, knowledge and insight with others.
Promoting innovation and creativity within the workplace have also been the marks of Brian’s career. With this in mind, Brian coaches professionals and entrepreneurs on how to “Think Like an Imagineer" through a unique series of professional development seminars, materials, and other affiliated experiences he has developed. (Please inquire about these unique on-site experiences for your team at Walt Disney World.) He is also available for presentations on cruise ships, seminars, conferences and other venues, as requested.
He also consults under his company, The Brainstorm Institute. His web sites, WDWithMe.com & brainstorm-institute.com, are integrated with social media including Twitter (@wdwithmebrian), Facebook (officialwdwithme), LinkedIn, Pinterest, and YouTube. He would welcome having you follow, like, or otherwise connect with him through any or all of these, and may also be contacted via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.