John DeCuir, Jr. has designed feature films, films for television and themed exhibitions in Italy, Spain, France, England, Ireland, Japan, Canada, and throughout the United States. film design credits include: GHOSTBUSTERS, TOP GUN, SISTER ACT II, TURNER & HOOCH, FRIGHT NIGHT. and many others (SEE WEB SITE RESUME). He was a student apprentice on, CLEOPATRA, AGONY & THE ECSTACY, and TAMING OF THE SHREW. Following this he moved on to Disney as Project Designer, on the master plan for: WALT DISNEY'S WORLD SHOWCASE and EPCOT. John also assisted Disney in their theme park film attractions: JIM HENSON’S 3-D MUPPET MOVIE, ALIEN ENCOUNTER and EPCOT’S ENERGY PAVILION. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree (cum laude) from the University of Southern California and completed two years of graduate work at USC's Institute of Building Research & Technology. He currently continues his film design work and lectures at UCLA, USC, The American Film Institute, Columbia College Chicago and Asbury University. In addition, he also conducts an on line design four film television & theater online class. is working on his film design internet class, and two books, THE ARCHITECTURE OF ILLUSION and TRAVELS WITH DAD.