Robert Kaiser has been a thematic designer for 26 years. His strengths in project conceptualizing and planning through creative visualization make him a key asset for adventurous design projects as Design Director and Creative Lead.
Among Roberts many accomplished credentials was his work with International Entertainment Design Firm Imaginative Technologies (ITEC) where he was selected to plan, design, and art direct the Entry Plaza Showcase at the Magic Kingdom for the 20th Anniversary Celebration of Walt Disney World. His focus was design planning, branding, and theming. He has successfully led creative design projects for The Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, Hilton Gaming Corporation, the Baseball Café at the Tokyo Dome, and the Radio City Music Hall Showcase.
In addition, Robert has created projects for Marriott Vacation Clubs, St. Joe’s Towns and Resorts, Omni Hotels, Hilton Grand Vacations, Intrawest, and the Kessler Collection Hotels. In February of 2004, Robert completed a three-month design management effort in Guangzou, China for a touring theme park attraction. Following this, Robert served as the creative lead working for the firm HHCP International on the Epicenter of “The Palm” Jumeirah, located in Dubai, U.A.E. for the resort Island Marina project which opened in 2007.
Additional projects include his participation on such key port destinations as: Mahogany Bay Roatan; Falmouth Jamaica; Cozumel Mexico; Icy Strait Point, Alaska; and Banana Coast, Honduras. A published artist recognized for his creative work in architecture and branding, Robert currently is participating with Global Destinations on creative efforts at Prince Rupert, British Columbia and at Banana Coast.