Join Story Artist Lila Martinez for an interactive storyboarding workshop and Q&A. From the comfort of your home, learn the basics of storyboarding and create your own storyboard using Post-It® Notes and a pencil.
Registration for this program will open to the public starting Monday, November 9 at noon.
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Q&A and Requirements
Questions can be submitted during the webinar through Zoom's Q&A function. Due to anticipated demand and limited Q&A time, not all submitted questions will be answered. This Storytime will not be reposted publicly or on the member’s only portal due to copyright restrictions.
All participants must sign up by noon Pacific Time on the day prior to the event. Participants must have a Zoom account to attend the workshop. A link to the workshop and instructions for joining will be sent via email prior to the event.
About the Speaker
Lila Martinez has a passion for animation since watching Disney animated movies, Looney Tunes, and Tex Avery cartoons at an early age in Mexico City. Through the tenacity and drive to pursue her interest in the medium, she enrolled at the Vancouver Film School in Canada where she diligently studied the craft of classical and computer animation.
While employed in the Mexican feature animation industry as a hand-drawn character animator on Guardians of the Lost Code (2010), Heroes Verdaderos (2010), and Juan Escopeta (2011), she co-founded Phenomena Animation, providing pre-production art and animation service for the Latin America television commercial market and the 20th Century Fox/FXX cable series High School U.S.A.! (2013). In 2013, she made a career decision to focus on storyboarding—realizing her true calling of storytelling. Within a year, she became a story artist in Los Angeles on Netflix hit film Duck Duck Goose (2018) and two additional features that were in early development.
When a childhood fulfillment to work for The Simpsons as a storyboard artist came along, she was promptly hired to work on season 27 and 28. Later she moved to the popular Seth MacFarlane primetime series American Dad! for four seasons. She's currently a storyboard artist on an exciting new Disney Junior show, The Chicken Squad, inspired by Doreen Cronin’s beloved book series.
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