Greg Lombardo has been promoted to senior vice president, global live and location-based entertainment, where he will continue to oversee business strategy, creative development and project management for Twentieth Century Fox World theme parks, resorts, touring exhibits and live shows. Additionally, Eric Williams has been hired as vice president, design and development for global live and location-based entertainment, reporting to Lombardo.
Lombardo steps into his new role as senior vice president after almost three years as vice president of global live and location-based entertainment at FCP. He is a 25-year veteran of the entertainment industry, having worked on themed entertainment projects around the world. Before joining FCP, Lombardo was creative director at BRC Imagination Arts where he led the development of branded entertainment projects
“In just three years, Fox has positioned itself as a prominent player in the location based entertainment business,” Jeffery Godsick, president, Fox Consumer Products.
“Under Greg’s leadership, we have our first Twentieth Century Fox World theme park under construction in Malaysia, as well as several new live shows, 4D shows and touring exhibitions. As we expand this division, Greg possesses the experience and the industry expertise needed to execute our growing vision and amplify Fox brands worldwide.”
Williams’ new role will have him be responsible for the creative management of all projects inclusive of show and guest experience elements.His experience includes a variety of projects including the Spider-Man attraction at Universal Studios’ Islands of Adventure. Williams also completed a variety of projects for Warner Bros., Paramount Pictures, GM, Sony Pictures and Anheuser-Busch Entertainment.
“Eric has a tremendous amount of theme park experience and in depth design knowledge having worked on some of the industry’s premier projects,” says Lombardo. “With Eric’s creative vision and approach, we know that he will ensure the highest level of guest experience in everything we create.”
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