Natalya Serebrennikova is a Los Angeles based animator and artist.
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, and having moved to Brooklyn, New York as a child, Natalya focuses her work on understanding immigrant experiences. Her short film Cicada received a National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Student Grant, and has been featured on PBS REEL 13 Shorts and in the New York Daily News.
Since 2010, Natalya has worked as an animation director, animator and designer for a variety of clients including - Tala Madani, Davis Guggenheim, Jason Carpenter, and Paul Vester. In 2014-2015, she designed backgrounds, titles, and character paintings on the animation team of the feature documentary He Named Me Malala (2015) directed by Davis Guggenheim. She is currently working with fine artist Tala Madani on an upcoming exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Natalya is a graduate of the Master of Fine Arts in Experimental Animation program at CalArts.
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