Larry Hitchcock, (CEO & Marketing Director) began his career as a stage designer and director in New York. His designs for major Rock and Roll tours include, David Bowie, Billy Joel and the Rolling Stones, among others. Larry became a Creative VP for Walt Disney Imagineering in the mid-1980s and led the creative teams for such projects as Pleasure Island, at Walt Disney World and Festival Disney, at Paris Disney. He then became VP / Creative Director for The Disney Development Company. He was also a Senior Creative Designer for Universal Studios and for Lucas Films.
HS Creative are leading creators of award-winning experiential entertainment and uniquely creative projects for museums, theme parks, heritage sites, concerts, resorts and exciting retail, dining, and entertainment destinations. HS Creative's emphasis on the design process and strong conceptual thinking resulting in breakthrough solutions, original attraction design, and master plans that meet operational and budget demands while focusing on the guest experience.
Highly experienced in world-class experiential projects from concept through production, we provide innovative and original solutions that bring a fresh approach to all of our design work. With the guidance of company founders, Larry Hitchcock – former Vice President of Creative at Walt Disney Imagineering and Senior Creative for Universal Studios and Lucas Attractions. Mike McHugh - former Director of Show Production at Ride and Show and Show Designer/Art Director NBC Universal Studios - Our team of seasoned veterans combines strong conceptual thinking with high quality design ranging from architecture and master planning to interactive immersive, and theatrical presentations.
Clients / Credits
- Billy Joel
- The Rolling Stones
- Disney Imagineering
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