Robert Waddell / Senior Media Producer
Themed  Entertainment



Creative Producer - Visual Effects  - Production Workflow - Client Relations - Production Management - Production - Team Building - Business Development - Design & Consultation 

Robert Waddell has been a media & visual effects producer his entire career. Early on producing commercial advertising campaigns for overseas clients from Saatchi & Saatchi, the Lowe Group, and Heinrich Hoffman and Partner’s in Germany, Switzerland, Australia and Italy to later becoming a visual effects producer for Universal Studios, Disney, Warner Brothers to Paramount Pictures. He was honored with the 2010 THEA award for Outstanding Achievement in an Attraction for producing” Dragons Treasure” for the Bubble Theater at the City of Dreams Macau.

 

For over twenty years Robert has been involved not only as a visual effects producer for feature films on “From The Earth To The Moon“, “Batman and Robin“, Titan IE to “X-Men”, but has also worked as Creative Producer and 1st AD.

 

“I love working in Themed Entertainment” Robert says. These are the most cutting edge projects. From Dome, 360/3D, Dark Rides to 3D Stereoscopic attractions. His knowledge and technical skills has been an asset for any company willing to produce theme park entertainment. His knowledge and technical skills has been second to none while working under extremely difficult situations delivering media for clients all over the world.”

 













“The key to success is not just in having a solid technical background it’s about understanding the needs of your client. Working with overseas clients, meeting deadlines and budgets and supervising multiple vendors for theme park attractions in foreign countries has provided me with the tools and skill set to be a reliable source and someone who can be counted on to create the successful openings for the World Expo in Shanghai, The Virtual Aquarium in Macau, Chinese New Year in the City of Dreams, Into The Deep in Shanghai to Traveling the Storm for OCT Happy Valley, Shanghai.”