Along with her savvy approach to project coordination, Breeanna brings a strong background in architecture and environmental design. Before joining the team at The Hettema Group, Breeanna spent seven years with Horwitz Architecture + Design where she assisted in all aspects of their business, design, and project portfolios. Over the course of her career, Breeanna has primarily focused on residential architecture, but delved into many diverse types of work within the architectural field, including urban and city planning, community based and commercial projects. She is keen to apply her architectural and creative skills as needed at THG.
When Breeanna is not indulging on a Criterion Collection film fest, you’ll find her out hiking the local trails.
B.A., Architecture, Woodbury University School of Architecture
2016 Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Award
Jessica spent 15 years as a kitchen & bath designer in the home remodeling industry, gaining diverse experience in construction and project management. She recently graduated valedictorian with a degree in set & exhibit design and crossed over into the themed entertainment world. She has worked in the field as a technical supervisor for theme park production, as well as behind a desk as a show set designer.
B.S., The Art Institute of California
Parkwide Holiday Decor, Universal Studios, Hollywood
Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Studios, Hollywood
Wizarding World of Harry Potter Press Event, Universal Studios, Hollywood
As a Production Coordinator, Joli loves to combine her artistic and organizational skills by creating deliverables and presentations for project clients. She earned a degree in psychobiology, volunteering in a psych research lab, while exploring her creative interests on the side. She also worked as a graphic designer, producing signage and display cases for the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame, before graduating in 2015 and beginning her career in the themed entertainment industry. Joli enjoys painting and learning new crafts in her free time and is an accomplished meeting-notes doodler and knickknack collector.
B.S., University of California, Los Angeles
A native of the East Coast in southeastern Massachusetts, Nick has recently joined THG as a Project Coordinator. Following his move to Los Angeles, Nick worked as the Photo Studio Manager and Food Photographer at Hungry Girl Inc., where he was responsible for producing content for books and television with over 10 million global viewers online. Nick later moved to work as a Production Coordinator at 100.3 The Sound, a classic rock radio station, where he oversaw the production of concerts, artist interviews, and commercial shoots while simultaneously shooting, editing and producing content himself. Over the course of his career, Nick has primarily focused on production using a hands-on approach, and THG has provided a creative and exciting platform to continue that work. Outside the office you will almost always find Nick with his hiking boots on and a camera in his hand.
B.A., Digital Media Communications, Roger Williams University
B.A., Minor in Visual Arts, Roger Williams University
Nicole attended UCSC where she double majored in Film and Sociology. She jump-started her animation career with an internship at Creative Capers Entertainment where she worked over the years as a freelance artist and production coordinator, working with talented people on a number of Disney projects including the Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom interactive experience at Disney World Resort. Nicole also built an overflowing book, comic, and graphic novel collection while she was a manager at Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena.
EDUCATION: B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom, Disney World Resort
The Lion King DVD Blooper Reel
As a technical coordinator for THG, Quinn assists the technical leads on our project teams in researching new ride and show technologies and documenting proposed technologies for guest experiences. In his six years of experience in the entertainment industry, he has performed a variety of roles across multiple forms of media. With a background in interactive entertainment, Quinn got his start in videogame development and co-founded a mobile game startup with fellow USC alumni. He later joined Sony Computer Entertainment of America as a technical audio designer for PlayStation titles, subsequently transitioning to post-production, for clients such as Netflix, Paramount and the BBC.
Quinn has spent time studying abroad and teaching in Japan, where he embarked on a grand quest to find the best ramen in the world. In his free time, Quinn enjoys traveling, photography and restoring classic cars.
B.A. University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts