My second EMMY Awards. This one is in the category of "Outstanding Technical Team Studio" for my work as a Graphics Operator during The Games of the XXX Olympiad – London Olympics 2012. You can check the full list here: http://www.emmyonline.org/mediacenter/sports_34th_winners.html
Travesía. En camino…
For the past months, I’d been working as a Sr. Motion Designer at ECHO Entertainment, developing the TV show: World Series of Poker 2014, which is broadcast on ESPN.
In L.A. California. I am back from Sochi, Russia.
I am in Sochi Russia for the XXII Winter Olympics 2014.
Temos a imensa honra de convidá-los para o lançamento do livro sobre a primeira edição do projeto Transperformance, realizado em 2011 com curadoria da artista, curadora, professora e pesquisadora Lilian Amaral, patrocínio da Oi / Secretaria de Cultura do Estado do Rio de Janeiro e realização do Oi Futuro / Fase 10 Ação Contemporânea. A publicação, editada pelo Oi Futuro, com co-edição da F10, conta com a organização editorial também de Lilian Amaral.
The IV Ibero-American Film Festival of Beirut, Lebanon. The Embassy of Spain in Lebanon and the Cervantes Institute of Beirut in collaboration with the Metropolis Association and the Embassies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela and the consulates of El Salvador, Portugal and Peru, are pleased to present the 4th edition of the Ibero-American Film Festival OTRAS MIRADAS | OTHER VIEWS.
From El Salvador comes “El Cadaver Exquisito (The Exquisite Corpse),” written and directed by Victor Ruano, an Emmy-winning graphic designer. Ruano edited 400 hours of footage into 90 minutes to create this experimental film, a raw documentary influenced by distinctive Latin American surrealism. In a series of seemingly disjointed vignettes, including an extensive look into the lives of local transgender sex workers, “El Cadaver Exquisito” juxtaposes unscripted everyday rituals with staged dream sequences to provide social commentary on violence in El Salvador, especially against women.
Errata: the editor of the movie was Elric Kane.
After 3 months in Quelepa, the land of Carlos Ulloa, The Stone Jaguar (in San Miguel, El Salvador). I am back in Los Angeles, Ca. Our movie production was challenging, but very productive. This trip was a truly meaningful experience for me. I went down looking for answers, and I got back in my studio with hundreds of strong images and a gorgeous story to tell. I am so proud to announce that we are currently working on the post production of our new film.