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Hello! I’m Andrew Reiff. I want to make people smile.

I am a Master’s Degree alumni of the Savannah College of Art and Design, in themed entertainment design. My specialty is 3D visualization for and nearly everything that encompasses it for the themed entertainment industry – CAD drafting, 3D modeling, texturing, 3D rendering, and simplistic animation. In my five years of experience working with 3D software packages, I have created amusement rides, water slides, playgrounds, amusement park lands, and other award-winning models and renderings.

Recently, I have become inspired by playgrounds and play spaces, and it has now become my mission to create themed places and spaces that give anyone – regardless of age, social status, disability – a way to play in a way that is most meaningful to them.

I also have experience in planning, experience design, spacial relations, graphic design, and layout design. In addition, I have an affinity for research and analysis, with the capability to develop concept books and presentations. Finally, I have a vast working knowledge of amusement park operators, industry trends, and manufacturers of ride systems, playgrounds, site furnishings, and more.

I am currently working as a Graphics & Innovation Intern at Walt Disney Imagineering. Previously, I’ve worked as a visualization intern for Stantec, formerly VOA Associates. I’ve also received honors for my projects and projects I’ve worked on, such as being the winner of PGAV Destination’s 2014 Spot Experiential Scholarship and being part of a finalist team in the 2017 Disney ImagiNations competition.

I’m the most proficient in using Rhinoceros, 3DS Max, V-Ray, SketcuUp, Lumion, AutoCAD, NoLimits, and Adobe CC.

If you’d like, send me an email at ajreiffdesign [at] gmail [dot] com.

You can also check out my LinkedIn profile by clicking here.

Check out my portfolio, and if you think that my skills fit the bill for your company, please feel free to contact me through the above means or by using the contact form below. I look forward to hearing from you!