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Mark Fuller (designer)

Mark Fuller is president and CEO of WET, a fountain and water feature design firm in Los Angeles, California.

Biography

As part of his undergraduate thesis in Civil Engineering at the University of Utah, Fuller developed a large-scale laminar-flow nozzle that has since been used extensively in WET’s water features.[1] Before founding WET, Fuller worked as an Imagineer for The Walt Disney Company, applying the technology he developed as an undergraduate, and had refined as a graduate student at Stanford, to create Disney’s “Leapfrog” fountain feature at Epcot Center.[2]

Fuller and his firm are, perhaps, best known for the 9-acre (36,000 m2) Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas, completed in 1998, a collaboration between WET and developer Steve Wynn.

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