Carlos has been animating for over 8 years. He specialized in computer animation, and has had experience in the traditional and stop-motion mediums as well as drawing and film.
He has been working at PIXAR Animation Studios (www.pixar.com) for the last few years where he has worked on films such as “Finding Nemo” and “The Incredibles”. He has just finished working on “Cars” (2006) and is working a future film which has not been announced just yet.
Carlos has also previously worked at Industrial Light & Magic (www.ilm.com ) as an Animator on the films “Jurassic Park 3”, “StarWars Ep.2: Attack of the Clones” and “Men in Black 2”.
Before jumping on to work on feature films, he worked on commercials, documentaries and shortfilms such as WildBrain Inc. “Hubert’s Brain” (www.wildbrain.com) or Will Vinton Studios M&M’s Commercials.
Carlos is also Co-Founder and Creative Director of AnimationMentor (www.animationmentor.com), an Online Animation School taught by professional animators and with students from all over the world. On his free time, he has been working on video projects, creating music and animated shortfilms (www.carlosbaena.com).
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