Animation, Projections and Monsters

Freelancing will throw you into the unexpected. It’s worth it.

The beauty and horror of being a freelancer is that you are usually called upon only when everything is on fire. This is exactly why I love freelancing. I get thrown onto surprising projects with impossible deadlines, where it’s up to me to figure out how to solve the puzzle.

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Erik Campbell bringing El Ogorodova up to speed on the project for the first time
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Jimi Martinez and El Ogorodova testing the illustrations for rigging
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El Ogorodova comping the character animation into the scene
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Projection-mapping team testing the projection on location
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“The Shadow” Intel and Uproxx shoot at LA Artwalk
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Musician Sweater Beats performing live on set
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Actor, Israel Arellanes interacting with the wall projection on set
The Shadow Horror Short Film

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A Muscovite raised as a Milanese, is now designing between Los Angeles and Lugano. el-ogorodova.com

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