Steve Adams is an illustrator and designer who has been contributing his talents to Disney since 1996. He started his career at Disney Interactive and has gone on to provide his skills and expertise to Walt Disney Imagineering, the Disney Store and Consumer Products. He currently designs retail spaces and products as a store designer for Disney Global Retail Development.
Julie Andrews is one of the most recognized figures in the world of entertainment through her distinguished success on stage, screen, television, and print. Julie has dedicated her life to her family and to serving important causes. Julie was already a Broadway legend when she made her feature film debut in 1964′s “Mary Poppins,” which won her an Academy Award®, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award .
The following year, she earned a second Oscar® nomination and won another Golden Globe Award for her unforgettable portrayal of Maria Von Trapp in “The Sound of Music.”
Debuting in the margins and covers of countless grade school notebooks, Stacey Aoyama, a perpetual doodler, has been able to turn her love of drawing into an art career.
Stacey studied art and illustration at UC San Diego and Art Center College of Design before interning with Disney Consumer Products in 2007. She has been with Disney Interactive Media Group for three years as a Visual Development Artist, working on projects such as Tron, Brave, and Disney Princess.
Dave’s multi-media artwork combines famous Disney words, phrases and characters with a variety of papers, wire, wood, metal and other materials to create unique multi-dimensional works of art.. Dave continues to capture countless Disney characters & icons and brings them to three-dimensional life in his creative shadowbox artwork.
Dave’s work can be found at art and collectible locations throughout the Disneyland® and Walt Disney World® Resorts.
Brigette Barrager is an artist, designer, illustrator and writer of children’s books. She attended the California Institute of the Arts for Character Animation where she met some of the coolest people ever and earned herself a degree and spent some time at Pixar Animation and Walt Disney Animation Studios before taking the plunge into the world of freelance, where she continually lives happily ever after.
Brigette currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and her adorable dog.
Senior Vice President of Creative Development for Walt Disney Imagineering, Tony Baxter has played a key role in the design and creation of many Disney attractions and theme parks.
Baxter began his Disney career in 1965 at Disneyland® park while completing his education at California State University, Long Beach, graduating in 1969 with a bachelor’s degree in theater design.
Inspired by the beauty of her subject matter, ranging from seashore and countryside scenes of beaches and sunsets, boats and wildlife, to her interest in architectural structures, Rosemary Begley is motivated to portray a serenity and majesty in her work. Her honeymoon to Walt Disney World® led Rosemary and her family to eventually become Disney Vacation Club members in 2000, and began her love of painting the beauty she finds at every turn on Disney properties. And in 2011, she was invited to freelance for Disney Theme Parks.