We are a couple of audio-visual storytellers currently working to concoct smiles, tears and other things in between, through animations, illustrations and sounds.
In Quechua, one of the Native South American language families, it means "very far away".
Nurturing our audience's capacity for wonder
Exploration of metaphorical relations between image-sound-text
Search for strong philosophical cores
Critical questioning driven by curiosity
Work on projects driven by ethical principles (basically doing the right thing towards all living beings)
Characters / Backgrounds Design
Storyboarding / Sequential Art
Projects in English / Spanish
Ana is an emerging visual storyteller.
She's passionate about the links between culture, expression and personal identity. She loves being surrounded by nature, looking at old houses, noticing stuff when everyone else is busy and riding her bike.
She has created award-winning productions and showcased in Latin-America, Europe and Australia and has studied Visual Arts, Illustration and Animation as well as courses in Children's Literature, Cinema and Sequential Narrative. Ana has been a mentor and lecturer at UniSA.
Carlos is a sound designer and emerging filmmaker.
He's very fond of cats, toys that make weird sounds and geeky stuff like computer programming. He's passionate about questions and perception, and he's also very curious about the humanities, arts and social sciences.
Carlos has worked in several award-winning productions including fiction, documentary and predominantly, animation. He has studied Sound Engineering, Philosophy, Film Production and Animation, and has worked as a tertiary education lecturer in film sound design, music and video editing in Colombia and Australia.