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
Jodi has played an integral role in many architectural and interior design projects for The Hettema Group since 2009, including Dragons Wild Shooting at Lotte World, the Malaysia Truly Asia Centre, The High Roller observation wheel in Las Vegas, DreamWorks Water Park, Meadowlands and was Lead Architectural Designer for the One World Observatory experience at the World Trade Center in New York City. She is currently in charge of the architectural design for a major theme park in Asia.
Jodi was Director of Design at Scenery West Design & Construction, creating turnkey projects involving multiple disciplines, specialty consultants, architectural facility interface and show integration. She was responsible for projects including Sony’s ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ attraction, Japan; Sea World’s Circ de la Mer Attraction, San Diego; Fort Worth Zoo, Texas Wild! 8-acre expansion; five GameWorks Entertainment Centers throughout the U.S., and Oakley Flagship Stores. As Senior Associate at JKI International Architectural & Planning, Jodi executed multiple design/build projects domestically as well as interior entertainment facilities and attractions internationally. Jodi was consultant to Walt Disney Imagineering, assisting with exteriors and interiors for Disney’s California Adventure.
B.A., Architecture, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
M.A.,Urban Design and Planning Technical University, Athens, Greece
One World Observatory at One World Trade Center, New York City
High Roller Observation Wheel, Las Vegas
Sunnie is a licensed architect who has worked on a wide variety of building projects, including residential, commercial, and institutional facilities. For over 15 years, Sunnie has created comprehensive design packages for themed entertainment projects. Her production management skills have been a key factor for many projects staying on schedule and within budget.
B.S., School of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology
M.A., Architecture, Southern California Institute of Architecture
Universal Studios: Singapore, Japan, Hollywood
Warner Bros: The Making of Harry Potter, England