Jeffrey Abraham has close to 30 years of experience in the design field. He continues to work with numerous disciplines and visual specialists to provide master planning and experience integration along with brand development and multiple other creative disciplines including producing and directing for video and film. He most recently served as Creative Director for the much-anticipated TRON Lightcycle/Run attraction for Walt Disney World Resort. Serving in that capacity for more than two years he developed and finalized design from show set to area development and successfully lead the creative effort to secure an anchor brand as a sponsor.
Previously, he successfully wrapped opening for the massive Disney Springs development jointly overseeing the entire creative process from concept to final installation including architecture, space planning, show, and area development. He worked closely with over 65 retail brands, celebrity chefs, and top tier entertainment companies to develop the award-winning aesthetic and experience for Disney guests.
Jeffrey began his career in development and design when he was hired as a designer with Walt Disney Design and Engineering working on various projects for the parks with clients such as Coca Cola, HBO, Lucasfilm, and Disney Feature Animation. He worked his way to Senior Designer at Disney’s Hollywood Studios (at the time, MGM Studios) and was soon appointed Art Director of Magic Kingdom, the most visited theme park in the world.
As an industrial designer specializing in multiple areas, Jeffrey has consulted with a wide range of clients from pharmaceutical giants Eli Lilly and Bausch & Lomb to The Port Authority of Jamaica plus educational, entertainment, and communication companies around the world. His designs and products have been featured in both magazines and national television such as Good Morning America. He was also one of the featured speakers at the IAAPA convention in Orlando, Florida.