What course did you study?
Producing for Visual Effects between March and April 2014.
What have you worked on you left Escape Studios?
After the course I went back to Mexico City to work as a VFX Production Coordinator at Ollin VFX for projects like Gone Girl, House of Cards and Furious 7. A year later I got hired by MPC Montreal, where I worked as Show Coordinator (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Aquaman), Lighting Department Coordinator (X-Men: Apocalypse, Ghost in the Shell, Jumanji) and now I am starting a new journey at Double Negative as a VFX Production Manager.
What work are you most proud of working on and what is your most notable achievement?
Every show has its charm, but the Attic sequence in Fantastic Beasts is probably one I’ll never forget. It was the first time I got a chance to follow up on every aspect of the creation process: from the concept art of the Occamy to the very last version of Compositing. Our team delivered about one hundred shots with a bit of everything: CG creatures, digidoubles, set extensions and FX destruction.