Trevor Bryant's career in the retail and entertainment industries began in 1979 with Walt Disney Imagineering. Over the next fourteen years Trevor held executive roles creating and constructing EPCOT Center, Pleasure Island, Disney-MGM Studio Tour and Euro-Disneyland. After seven years with Imagineering’s concept and design teams Trevor cofounded the Research and Development Division of the Walt Disney Company. As Executive Director of R&D, Trevor was responsible for maintaining the dynamic of the engineering and creative teams on such projects as Indiana Jones Adventure, Alien Encounter, and Tower of Terror.
From 1994 –2000 Trevor Bryant was Senior Vice President for Sony Development in Burbank, California. Trevor came to Sony Development with the charter of designing Metreon, a Sony Entertainment Center. In his executive role at Sony Trevor also managed the creative relationship between Sony Development and Metreon partners. In the course of this function Trevor created the concept for Microsoft's first and only branded store, MicrosoftSF and began design development for the Discovery Channel Destination San Francisco store and Sony Style in New York and San Francisco. Trevor also ran the creative development of Sony entertainment projects in Berlin and Tokyo.
Today Trevor Bryant is a creative consultant to the interactive entertainment industry. Trevor’s present client list includes the Zimmer Children’s Museum, National Inventor's Hall of Fame, Illinois Holocaust Museum, Walt Disney Imagineering and MGM. On December 6, 2012 Trevor completed his role as Show Producer and Creative Director for Test Track Presented by Chevrolet at Epcot. The project has been heralded by audience and press as a ground breaking milestone in themed entertainment.
Specialties: Retail and entertainment,Research and Development, Environmental Design, Creative management, Project Management, Concept Design