Former creative with Walt Disney Imagineering Tom K. Morris joins me this week to discuss his remarkable journey to and with Walt Disney Imagineering. Tom shares details of how and
Tony Baxter, Richard Sherman, Kevin Fiege, Julie Andrews, Don Hahn, and so many more. Lou has interviewed a number of names that make up a small but significant part of the magic in The Walt Disney Company.
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I want to welcome you aboard the World Famous Jungle Cruise with our very special (former) Skipper, Kevin Lively. Kevin shares his personal journey from fan to Cast Member, and
I continue my conversation with Joe Lanzisiero, former Senior VP of Creative at Walt Disney Imagineering, as we journey to Tokyo Disney Sea, the S.E.A., and the unique take on
In my continuing series highlighting the legends of Walt Disney Imagineering, this week I sit down with Joe Lanzisiero, former Senior Vice President of Creative at Walt Disney Imagineering. Joe joins
Please join me this week as I sit down with legendary producer and director Don Hahn about his latest work, or should I say gift, the incredibly moving, feature-length documentary
This week, as I continue to seek to highlight some of the incredible creatives at the Disney Company, we turn once again to Imagineering, and former Imagineer Josh Shipley. He
Join me at the table in Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Kitchen in Disney Springs in Walt Disney World as I sit down with Chef for a one-on-one interview… and lunch.
This week, I am excited to share with you a conversation with another one of the true makers of magic, Dave Bossert. His story began at CalArts, but led his
WDW Radio Show #541 – Interview with Brian Crosby, Creative Director for Marvel Themed Entertainment
I’m excited to be joined this week by my friend, and fellow Disney and Marvel geek Brian Crosby. Today, he is the Creative Director for Marvel Themed Entertainment, and he
In 1964, Walt Disney, along with a remarkable team of songwriters, actors, directors, artists, designers, and so many others on screen and behind the scenes, created and shared a film
Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood, where Christopher Robin plays, you’ll find the enchanted neighborhood, of Christopher’s childhood days… and his adult ones, too. Disney’s “Christopher Robin” the live-action story
The Cockerell name is synonymous with not just leadership, but a legacy of customer service and exceptional guest experience in the Disney Company. Dan Cockerel’s story of summers in the