Patrick Brennan retired from Walt Disney Imagineering February, 2016. He was Creative Development Executive and led a diverse group including creative producers, show managers in Glendale Ca, as well as global design and show quality teams responsible for locally driven design work at the Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disney Resort, Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.
Patrick began his career with The Walt Disney Company in 1980 working in WED Show Production and Show Installation for Epcot. Some of his past projects include: Horizons Pavilion, Norway Pavilion, Typhoon Lagoon and Splash Mountain in Tokyo Disneyland. He became a Design Director for Tokyo Disneyland in 1995 and oversaw the day-to-day creative direction of the park. Patrick returned to Florida in 1998 as Director of Show Design for WDI Florida, Walt Disney World. He and his family moved back to Japan in 2006 when he became the Director of Design and Production for Tokyo DisneySea. In 2008, he return to Orlando as Vice President of Global Design and Show Quality. In 2013, Patrick moved to Glendale Ca for an expanded role as Creative Development Executive until he retired.
Prior to joining The Walt Disney Company, Patrick worked on the design and construction of the Miami Metro Zoo creating natural habitats for animals. Patrick was born in New York and is a graduate of University of Miami with a degree in fine arts.