Stephen Shea has joined the Nautilus Entertainment Design (NED) team as a project manager, working on NED’s maritime and land-based projects, including the entertainment systems for the Cunard Queen Victoria and the Hewlett Packard Halo traveling exhibit.

“We think that Stephen has the right skill set and range of experience for our current projects and will be an excellent addition to our team,” says NED’s Jim Tetlow.

“I am very pleased to have the opportunity to work with the qualified individuals at NED,” adds Shea, “and hope that my skills can add to the team and help Nautilus continue to be an industry leader.”

With a Master of Fine Arts from UCLA, Shea brings extensive project management, theatrical lighting design and stage supervision experience to NED. He has worked on the design and installation of the LED video display for Princess Cruises' Movies Under the Stars, Trizec-Hahn's Desert Passage at the Aladdin Hotel and Casino, and the entertainment systems for Princess Cruises' Diamond, Sapphire, Coral and Island cruise ships. Shea has also has managed the installation of numerous audio, video, lighting and control systems for various churches, retail and corporate environments.

Shea is affiliated professionally with the National Systems Contractor Association and the Project Management Institute.