Dorothea Holt Redmond was an architectural designer and Walt Disney Imagineer renowned for her skills as a painter and illustrator. She was born in Los Angeles, California, on May 18, 1910 and went on to study architecture and at the University of Southern California and later studied illustration at the Art Center College of Design. She was the first woman to breakthrough into an exclusively male field of motion-picture production design. She worked on films such as Rear Window, The Ten Commandments, and Gone with the Wind and later helped envision parts of Disney World.
Dorothea is born on May 18, 1910 in Los Angeles, California as the only child of Harry and Mary Holt. Her father co-owned Western Lithograph Co.