The Short List

This is a compilation for speed scrolling, of some of my favorite works and on-site shots. (I cannot post current activities as I have signed a number of Non-Disclosure Agreements). If you have any questions you can contact me directly.



to be continued;




Village Theme Park

One of my personal fantasies is designing a theme park in a country village. I enjoy the idea to utilize simple and easy to maintain thrill rides, promote the existing culture and make use of the natural environment.

The marketing could emphasis these very concepts. Of course there would have to be an upgrade in the facilities, which basically means clean toilets and great farm fresh foods. For this the locals should be heavily involved, AND in order to do that (at least in China) education classes in general community and civic values (toilets, trash, general maintenance, etc) and hospitality services. There is a streamlined list of requirements for this that I will not be listing here. For that,,,, you can employ me.

Here are some samples of the idea, which I find incredibly charming, terribly personal, very human and an opportunity to redefine the paradigm of outrageous theme parks. Remember; fun is your little girl laughing in a tea-cup ride.

Park Entry

Street Scape


Scenic Elements

Train Ride Commercial Zone


Scenic Elements


Children’s Zone

General Mix of Simple Rides and Village


Food Court

Dark Ride Entry



Village Reconstruction Samples

On occasion projects are concerned with a redo of existing neighborhoods in countryside towns. This calls for a redefinition of land use. Here are some samples of this process.

Basic Master Plan


Individual/group dwelling development


Group Structures

3/D Sketch of Area

Attached Neighborhood Water Park Development

Functional Placement

Structural Placement

More Development

Indoor Water Park Structure

Indoor Structure First Floor

Second Floor



Structure Elevation


Tower Details

Musical Fountain

Surface Details

Auxiliary Sketch


Green Roofs (food producing) and Walls

In Shenzhen, I was afforded the opportunity to design and (help) install a roof-top garden in a financial district of Nanshan. It was a fun project, as I believe in roof-top gardens both lowering a city’s general heat signature and provide relief to office workers as it appeals to the basic sense of nature in all of us as many of us are not too many generations from being farmers.

Plan and some area details

Me in front of vegetable garden -before and after-, and concept drawing


Installation and design detail

Green Wall with a story

Roof-top fields

Farm house

Elevator Shaft and Machine Room Decorated

Real Farm House and Farmers tending crops

Multiple use space

Concept and corridor under construction

Long shot

Me having fun with green wall.

A Green Wall

My lovely wife harvesting chili.


Happy Warrior

It is has been noted by a beloved authority that I look “grumpy” in many of my posts. My only excuse is, that bringing dreams or reality to life, as is my passion and my experience, I must fight what I think are the forces of darkness, (mediocrity). The grumpy looking pictures are usually of me in the midst of this aspect of the creative process. Believe me, I love what I do and the drawing table and being on-site  are (aside from being with my family),  my favorite places to be. The boardroom, -not so much-, but there the passion for any project must be conveyed. Below are some more “happy-snaps” denoting the fact that; Yes, I am a happy warrior.

Somewhat Chronologically listed

Sir Stamford Raffles -designed and performed in Singapore’s National Day Parade 1996

On-site installation, Lost City Zhuhai, water park

On-site installation, Shanghai’s Ocean Aquarium

On-site installation Beijing’s Happy Valley

I am far-left, second row holding my friend Huang Huang the dog.

With architects and artists on-site in Beijing

With animals on-site, Huangzhou Safari Park

Installing water-feature dragon head, Splendid China, Shenzhen

Delivering impassioned speech about design and build.

Speaking to The Chinese Congress of Theme Park Development.

At the drawing table.

Being silly.

Working with others, in the office or the field.

and writing about it,,

I am happy to have a passion and a life that serves others bringing dreams to life!

Thank you!







Various Design and Build Items

Some examples of Design and Build, from drawing table to fruition.

Zhuhai Water Park Entry Icon, stainless steel

Water Toys for Splendid China, Shenzhen

Park Entry Sculpture, Escape Singapore

Park Entry Signage, Lost City Zhuhai, China

World’s Largest Dinosaur, Drumheller Alberta Canada

World’s Largest Banana Tree Water Feature, Splendid China Shenzhen


Bird Cage Entry Arch Happy Valley Chengdu China

Wild Bird Enclosure, Happy Valley Chengdu China

Kiosk Lost City, Zhuhai China

Kiosk, Splendid China

Christmas Table Top Decoration, Transfar Shenzhen China

-give till it hurts, music box-

Circus Train, Transfar Shenzhen China

Service Uniforms for Water Park, Lost City Zhuhai China


Photo-ops and Outdoor Coffee Shop South China Mall, Dong Guang China

and on and on and on and on

Past Theatrical Experience

I am a simple artist and draw things. However my early training was in performance. First as a performer myself and later as a costumer, prop maker, set designer/builder etc. These experiences, in my opinion helped prepare me for show design and production and gave me a better understanding of spacial relationships as in coordination with living players both performers, guests or even animals.

Early years, ballet

Later musicals, song and dance

Rock and Roll vocalist

Set design and production

Favorable Reviews

Award Winning

 Teaching at Junior College Level, Theater Crafts 



Country Sized Productions such as Singapore’s National Day (my last performance as Sir Stamford Raffles)

Set and Prop Manufacturing

All on a grand scale 

Smaller Venues, such as fashion shows and other “trade events”.