Scenario / A Cockram Company

Arielle Rassel NCIDQ

Design Manager
Scenario / A Cockram Company
Scenario Production Centre Orlando
7600 Kingspointe Parkway
Unit 101
Orlando, Florida 32819
United States
Tel: +1 919 819 1575

Twitter: ariellerassel


Arielle is a design manager and creative producer with several years of leadership, project management and creative design experience. Her design projects to-date include zoos, aquariums, museums, retail, dining, and attractions, most notably at Walt Disney Imagineering and Universal Creative.

Arielle has participated with design and production teams from the concept phase through opening day, and has a firm grasp of scope and the creative process. In addition to design skills, she brings a keen attention to detail and a head for business to her work, a knack for working with a wide range of personalities, and a solid mix of right- and left-brain thinking.

In support of her commitment to the themed entertainment industry, Arielle serves as the Themed Entertainment Association’s NextGen Chair. In that role, she leads the creation of leadership development programming for over 350 students and recent graduates throughout the world and seeks to match them with one of TEA’s 1,200 member companies. Arielle also sits on the board of the TEA’s Western North America Division, producing networking events for the division’s members and constantly seeking ways to enhance the value of their membership.
Arielle received her BFA in Interior Design from Savannah College of Art and Design. During her tenure at SCAD, she produced video content, including web content for, and served as director and producer of multiple orientation events for 1,200+ incoming students and their families. These leadership roles set in motion her desire to work in project management, where she's been able to bring her background in design and skills in team leadership together to deliver compelling experiences around the world.


Experience in interior design, exhibit design, zoo and aquarium work, architecture, and illustration. Software skills: Revit, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Illustrator, Photoshop Fine Art skills: sketching, space planning, sculpture, illustration Professional licenses: NCIDQ