• Colin Murphy, President / Head of Sales

    President and Co-Owner of Bungalow Scenic Studios, has over 20 years of experience creating scenic solutions as well as forming and managing scenic design organizations supporting the entertainment industry and corporate meetings. Colin was educated in Theater Design and Management at the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston Salem, NC.

    Random Fact: Colin will scream like a little girl at the mere thought of maybe seeing a mouse.

  • Travis Campbell, Account Executive

    Travis Campbell has over 20 years of hands on experience in the shop before moving to the sales department. A true Jack-of-all-Trades, Travis is proficient in everything from wood/metal fabrication to fiberglass to sculpting and scenic painting. His experience helps him provide spot-on pricing within any budget.

    Random Fact: I do all my own stunts and I only dance at gunpoint.

  • Dave Harman, Account Executive

    Originally from Southern CA, Dave has been with bungalow since 2011. He previously worked as a freelance scenic artist and managed a silk screen shop.

    Random Fact: Is actually independently wealthy, and just does this for the pure love of the craft.

  • Oz Osnowitz, Account Executive

    Oz got his start in legitimate theatre in 1982 building scenery, and then earned a bachelor’s degree in theatre production (minor in art & design). Oz worked in several regional theatres as technical director and shop foreman.

    In 1992 Oz ‘discovered’ the corporate theatre/themed interior scenery market and spent several years working as a carpenter, then a lead, and then a project manager for an Orlando scene shop. After 2 years of bus and truck touring Oklahoma! and Oliver! Oz helped to start up a new Orlando shop as shop foreman. Then in 2001 Oz opened Behind the Curtain Productions to provide freelance production carpenter services. Since joining Bungalow in May of 2018 Oz has worked as an account executive.

    Random Fact: Oz is a little CDO. That’s like OCD, but the letters are in alphabetical order LIKE THEY BELONG.

  • Charlene Wilder, Account Executive

    Charlene has over 15 years in the administrative field, she has a BS in Operations Management and AA in Business Information Systems. She has worked as an admin/accounting assistant with hotels, construction, and labor companies. Charlene joined Bungalow as the Sales Assistant in October of 2017.

    Random Fact: Charlene believes the word 'effort' starts with an A because of the famous line "You get an A for Effort."

  • Mark Gentry, Vice President / Head of Production

    Vice President and Co- Owner of Bungalow Scenic Studios, Mark has over 20 years of technical direction and scenic design experience. He graduated from University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 1993 with a degree in Technical Direction.

    In 2011 Mark and Colin formed Bungalow Scenic Studios. Mark’s main focus is the production of shows. However, he has his hands into everything and if you’re lucky, you might even find him on your job site!

    Random Fact: Mark's middle name is “Donut Killer” ...Seriously.

  • Erin Hodges, Lead Scenic Designer

    As the Lead Scenic Designer for Bungalow Scenic Studios, Erin brings a wealth of experience in graphic design, illustration, and scenic design to fully enhance her work. Almost entirely sustained by Diet Coke and Pop-Tarts, Erin accomplishes her work with intense dedication and attention to detail every day, all while maintaining perfect balance on 3 inch heels.

    Random Fact: Erin is a firm practitioner of early luncheons— if you’re eating your lunch Pop-Tart at Noon, you’ve already waited 3 years too long.

  • Rachel Colbert, Project Manager

    With over 10 years of experience working in the corporate and live events field, Rachel has developed a variety of skills in logistics, scheduling, accounting and project management. Rachel joined Bungalow as a Project Manager in 2016.

    Random Fact: Knows how to sign in 9 languages.

  • Marian Jones, Scenic Designer

    Marian is one of the newer faces around Bungalow and will be completing her education in Theatrical Design and Technology at UCF in the Fall of 2018. She matches Erin with her dedication and work ethic as well as her diet of Coke and Pop-Tarts, which she faithfully brings to work everyday in her light up Wonder Woman lunchbox.

    Random Fact: Marian is a Trekkie, with a Trekkie twin, born and raised by an Original Trekkie.

  • Todd King, Head of Production Management

    Todd has over 20 years in themed scenic experience and has worked on many scenic and permanent installations across the country. His range of skills and product knowledge help him to successfully lead our Production teams. Todd joined Bungalow in May of 2016.

    Random Fact: He has a deep appreciation for pigs.

  • Andrew McNeilly, Project Manager

    With an unequivocal passion and dedication for the themed entertainment industry, Andrew joins us with over 5 years of experience in the business - from humble beginnings with Walt Disney Resort Operations team and Universal Orlando HHN Scare-acting to opening Pandora - the World of Avatar with Walt Disney Imagineering. His drive to provide guests with a once in a lifetime experience working with the latest innovations and state of the art is evidently his reason to get out of bed in the morning. Andrew’s a graduate of the University of Nevada with a bachelors and EIT in Mechanical Engineering. Beyond all that information, he’s also an avid theme park enthusiast, a downright rascal, a Netflix binge watcher, a beach bum, and an artist in training.

    Random Fact: His favorite dinosaur is the Diplodocus, along with most Sauropods, and he loves dinosaurs so much that he insisted on wall-papering his childhood bedroom with these Jurassic juggernauts. Unfortunately, none of the heads on the material strips matched with the bodies... this mishap is believed to have been the first step towards the quirky nature that we all know and love today..

  • Miranda Miller, Project Manager/Themed

    Miranda has over 18 years of scenic design and fabrication experience. Starting out in the field as a scenic artist and working her way up through lead management for a wide range of projects including theme park environments, music, television, and game show sets, as well as corporate events. She now applies all that experience and product knowledge to sales and art direction to make sure her clients design intents are met in budget.

    Her determination to make every event a success has made her an invaluable member of the Bungalow blah, blah, more awesome things about Miranda...

    Random Fact: I can put lipstick on with my foot! Or at least I could a few years back. Haven’t tried in a while : /

  • Eddie Perez, Lead Graphics

    Eddie is a Graphic Designer and has been with Bungalow since 2016. Originally working as a screen printer, he transitioned into the event business and consistently creates high quality projects with his extensive design skills. Eddie married his high school sweetheart and is the proud father of twin girls. Fun challenge: try and spot Eddie without his socks on... (hint: it's not possible)

    Random Fact: His shoes and hat always match.

  • Doug Root, Project Manager

    A Michigan Boy, Doug has been in the industry for longer than he will admit. He brings with him to Bungalow 20 years of experience as Master Machine Builder at L&L Machine Tool till 1987 when he worked as General Manager and Production Coordinator for many well know staging companies in the industry.

    Random Fact: If you can do math you already know I’m an old Fart.

  • Joe Lakman, Controller

    A graduate of University of Central Florida, Joe has 18 years of financial management under his belt. He is a Certified Public Accountant and is an integral part of the team here at Bungalow.

    Random Fact: Met Pancho Villa when he was an old Mexican woman in a previous life.

  • Tamikka Deisch, Accounting/HR

    Tamikka has 14 years of experience in the Accounting and HR field. She worked in payroll and payroll resolution for the Bureau of the Census, Accounting Manager for All Staging Unlimited, and General Accounting for SGA Production Services. In these roles, she has assisted with the creation of company handbooks and helped institute company policies. Tamikka earned an Associate’s degree concentrating in Accounting from Florida Technical College and a BS in Accounting from the University of Phoenix. She is a Notary Public for the State of Florida.

    Random Fact: Tamikka WILL NOT touch a butterfly.

  • David “Spanky” Hudas, Scenic Paint Lead- Themed

    Spanky is so immensely talented that his work could not be stopped for one second or the entirety of Bungalow Scenic Studios would collapse. Due to his busy work schedule, he could not write himself a bio.

    Random Fact: Too busy for fun facts.

  • Mary Gonzalez, Account Receivable

    Joined Bungalow in November 2015. I have a background in property management and collections. I’m a Jersey girl in a Florida world. I’m only here for the palm trees and beaches! I do whatever it takes to get the job done and PAID (Think Sopranos)! Sassy sarcasm runs through my veins but I can be sweet & charming if the stars and moon are aligned just right.

    Random Fact: Random Fact: Terrified of ALL critters!

  • Ronnie Carrington, Lead Carpenter

    Ronnie is originally from Bridgetown, Barbados. He found his passion for building and fabrication at the age of 8 landing his first job in upholstery. At the age of 10, Ronnie single-handedly designed and built an addition to his grandmothers home. At the age of 16, Ronnie came to America and shortly thereafter began his career as a carpenter. Ronnie joined the Bungalow team in 2014 and quickly was recognized for his positive attitude, work ethic and leadership skills. Ronnie is currently the lead of the Carpentry department at Bungalow.

    Random Fact: I used to be a dancer.

  • Anthony Alessi, Drafting Supervisor

    Originally from Long Island, NY, I received my education at Syracuse University School of Architecture where I studied architectural principles and philosophies and learned the winters are too darn cold in the North.

    After relocating to Florida, I started my 25 year journey in the architectural millwork design, fabrication and installation arenas in the greater Orlando area. Having experience in many theme park, hotel and restaurant projects has provided me the ability to tackle many of the challenging projects here at Bungalow Scenic Studios over the last year with rewarding success.

    Random Fact: I’m a recovering GOLF-aholic….?

  • Israel Dunkin, Scenic Paint Lead- Corporate

    Israel started at Bungalow in 2014 as a painter/scenic and eventually took over the department. He now successfully leads the corporate paint department through each and every project with his charm and good looks.

    Random Fact: I used to be pretty.

  • John Lopera, CNC/Logistics

    With a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management, John has been in the Event Industry for nine years and joined Bungalow Scenic as the Warehouse Manager in 2013.

    Random Fact: I was born in New Jersey but Florida took away the bad attitude I was born with. Kidding, I still have it!!

  • Dillon Powell, Welding Department Lead

    Dillon is a graduate of The State University of New York at Oswego receiving a Bachelors degree in Fine Art sculpture and a minor in art history. Since graduating in 2005, he has managed to gain 30 years of metal fabrication experience by fitting in a 40 hour work week before Wednesday. Dillon uses his blue collar experiences together with lots of creative energy to lead our young metal department into each new project.

    Random Fact: My best welds are somewhere will no one will ever see them.

  • Louis Richardson, Design Department Lead

    Louis Richardson: Artist, gentleman, scholar, philanthropist, archeologist, thespian, Nobel laureate, Rhode scholar, cosmonaut, wu-shu master, particle physicist, bespoke craftsman; these are but a meager sampling of the words Louis knows.

    Random Fact: I like my puns intended.