Mr. Alexander’s combination of aerospace engineering and Disney theme park design skills have made him one of the leading innovators in the theme park business. After serving in Systems Engineering at Hughes Aircraft, Mr. Alexander was selected to be Director of Project Management for Walt Disney’s EPCOT and Tokyo Disneyland projects, and developed Disney’s first 10 Year Master Plan. As Vice President and Executive Producer for Universal Studios he assisted in master planning Universal Studios Florida and created the breakthrough attractions King Kong, Back to the Future: The Ride, E.T. Adventure, Jaws, Earthquake and others. After the opening of Universal Studios Florida, he founded the Totally Fun Company, and began by creating the Nickelodeon TV Shows “Go For it,” and “Guts.” Then, as Executive Producer of Six Flags Theme parks, he and his team created, produced, constructed and operated 22 high-tech stunt spectaculars including the “Batman Stunt Show” and helped turn-around the Six Flags chain. In addition, his varied portfolio ranges from the initial architectural design of the Build A Bear Workshop, to design of twelve Family Entertainment Centers, the Master Planning and Theme Park Design of fourteen parks and the conduct of over 143 Feasibility Studies.
After an early career as a portrait artist, Patricia entered the commercial real estate development business as general contractor on projects in Virginia and Maryland. She then entered the film business as Vice President of Business Development for a producer of large format films in Zurich, Switzerland. Patricia brought her combination of business and artistic skills to Totally Fun as Executive Art Director. She has designed sets for the “Butch Cassidy” Show, won a design award for Xscape Entertainment Center in Indianapolis and designed numerous resort hotels and theme park attractions. Her most recent work was the exterior and interior design for the El Sendero Chocolate Factory Tour. Patricia has a B.S. in Fine Arts from Old Dominion University and the Universite de Nice, France.