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Season 1 / Episode 47 and airs on 23 October 2020 12:00
Discover what it's like to report to work every day for The Walt Disney Company. Step behind the scenes to immerse yourself in one "ordinary" day at Disney.
Project manager Ashley Girdich oversees dynamic assignments for Walt Disney Imagineering's Research and Development group. From managing teams to keeping projects and plans on track, Ashley is constantly pushing boundaries to ensure the next generation of Imagineers continue to create industry-leading, interactive experiences for park guests.
Pablo Tufino, Computer Ride Show Technician at Disney's Animal Kingdom Park, provides a glimpse into the twilight transformation of Pandora – The World of Avatar. The change from day to night brings the Pandoran world to life, and through the illumination of custom lighting and automations each area of the land is given a unique look and feel that continues to amaze guests…and Pablo!
Discover the intricacies of creating a Disney print marketing campaign with Gabriela Clark. From overseeing photoshoots to coordinating massive studio print campaigns, Gabriela and team are responsible for creating some of the first images fans are able to see of new Disney projects.
As part of Disney's Imagineering team, Alfredo Ayala helps bring Audio-Animatronics® figures to life. From determining how figures can emote to creating state-of-the-art synthetic skin simulations technology, Alfredo utilizes cutting edge technology, like machine learning and optimization, to bring dynamic character experiences to Disney parks.
Sports enthusiast Jason Benetti offers a glimpse into his life as an ESPN play-by-play commentator. Feeding off of the energy of the players, excitement of the crowd, and his passion for sports, Benetti never fails to bring his lively personality to the table on game day.
Dana Amendola, VP of Operations at Disney Theatrical Group, restores and preserves history every day at The New Amsterdam Theatre. Once run down after years of neglect, Disney brought the theatre back to life restoring it to its original glory. Explore what it takes to maintain the 100 year old theatre, home to Broadway's The Lion King, Mary Poppins and Aladdin.
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