SeaWorld Creative Director Brian Morrow departs to form new production company, now hiring designers in Orlando

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As Creative Director and VP Theme Park Experience at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Brian Morrow led the creation of attractions like Manta, Kraken Unleashed, Turtle Trek 3D, and Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin. Now, he’s departing SeaWorld to make theme park ideas come to life through his own company, B Morrow Productions, and they’re hiring designers in Orlando.

Through B Morrow Productions, new location-based entertainment ideas can be realized with the help of seasoned design professionals. The company can help take a project from concept to opening, providing leadership in production and project management. Per the company website:

Brian delights in projects that combine strong storytelling with technology, to inspire guests to connect to each other and the planet.  From show-set design to world-building, Brian’s project successes in rides, attractions, shows and entertainment include work at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, SeaWorld Parks, Busch Gardens, Discovery Cove, Sesame Place, Lowry Park Zoo and West Palm Beach Zoo.

Brian has been a great friend to Inside the Magic for nearly a decade, always eager to share details about his newest projects. You can watch our most recent interview with him, about Kraken Unleashed, in the video below.


If you’re interested in working for B Morrow Productions, the company is interviewing for the following positions at Orlando’s annual SLICE Speed Networking Event on Tuesday, March 6 from 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM:

  • Coordinator
  • Production Coordinator
  • Associate Producers
  • Graphic Designer
  • Writer

The SLICE Speed Networking Event is a tremendous opportunity for design professionals to find their way into the theme park industry. It’s like speed dating but for job interviews with some of the top theme park design companies in the world.

Other companies interviewing applicants at the event include SeaWorld, Universal Creative, Dynamic Attractions, and Nickelodeon. During the event, creative freelancers can participate in 3-minute speed interviews with these companies and more. Early registration is recommended, and you can find more info about the event on their Facebook page.

SeaWorld is interviewing for a new Creative Director during SLICE, hoping to fill Brian Morrow’s former role. The company also recently announced the departure of CEO Joel Manby, who leaves SeaWorld Entertainment after three years.

For more information on B Morrow Productions, be sure to visit their website

We wish Brian the best of luck with his new endeavor!

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