We are excited to introduce you to another of our talented artists who has joined Technicolor Creative Studios India through our Academy.
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is an opportunity for us to look at the exciting industry we’re in and encourage more women to pursue a career in the creative technology sphere.The International Day of Women and Girls in Scienceopportunity for us to look at the exciting industry we’re in and encourage more women to pursue a career in the creative technology sphere.
Hear from Sheryl Wilson, a Rigging Artist at MPC, why she knew a career in VFX was the right move!
How were you first introduced to visual effects and animation?
I was first introduced to animation as a kid watching animated shows and movies. Slowly my interest in these films grew along with me and as an adult I could see the quality of animation & VFX developing over time.
Why did you decide to pursue a career in VFX and animation?
I was fascinated by the films and games I saw, which made me curious to know how they were created. I was also more interested in learning art and computers rather than other education streams. So, I decided to study computer applications and then animation and VFX, which led me to my current role as a Rigging Artist.
What would your dream project be?
Working at MPC has already given me opportunities to work on significant projects. I would like to continue working on these kinds of projects, and my vision is to improve my skills so I can take on a bigger role in future projects, of any kind. They’re all dream projects in their own way.
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