After 3 years of working at Sagmeister & Walsh, Santiago left to start his own studio and to work with friends, many of whom were and still are doing amazing things.
This talk will be a somewhat chronological overview of the projects he’s worked on over the past 2 years with his closest friends and collaborators (mostly music videos and animations). Santiago will shine a light on some of these collaborators and discuss how they each contribute in their own way to make work that is ultimately better than what they could do individually.
Inspire and encourage people to follow their hearts, take risks and build a body of work that has meaning in our lives.
Young designers, animators, filmmakers
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
- The strength in cultivating close relationships with collaborators
- An insight into the film making process
- An approach to time management
- Some of the daily routines that he’s learned and that have helped him grow professionally and personally
- A sense of who Santiago is as a person, what matters to him and how he went from the School of Visual Arts to working at Sagmeister and Walsh to now being on his own