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Armand Serrano is a visual development artist, art director and production designer for animated feature films and games specializing in environment design. He is currently the Production Designer of the highly anticipated biblical animated feature film, Jesus, slated to be released Christmas 2025.


Armand is known for his works at Walt Disney Animation Studios, Marvel Studios, Sony Pictures Animation and The Bible Project. His most recent projects were Apple TV's up-coming series, Wondla (2024) for Skydance Animation and Marvel Studios"What If...?" (Season 1).  He is also a seasoned lecturer in the field of animation and design. He conducts workshops and demos internationally. Armand conducts his own online mentorship program once a year for advanced visual development candidates. He teaches at Brainstorm-Inland School and the co-organizer of Icon Manila with his wife. He also taught at Biola University and Art Center of College of Art and Design as an adjunct professor.

After completing his civil engineering degree at the University of Santo Tomas in 1990, Armand started his career as an assistant animator at Fil-Cartoons, a Hanna Barbera studio based in Manila.  His new-found passion for animation moved him to Philippine Animation Studio and supervised the layout department for Marvel's overseas production of X-Men and Fantastic Four TV series to name a few. He moved to Los Angeles in the mid 90's and took further studies in layout and background design. Armand joined the Walt Disney Animation Studios in Florida in 1996 and became a Layout Journeyman. He worked on four of the studio's successful animated feature films: Mulan, Tarzan, Lilo & Stitch and Brother Bear. In 2004, Armand joined the crew of the newly formed Sony Pictures Animation. During his nine years stay at Sony, Armand completed a total of fifteen projects including Surf's Up, Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, Arthur Christmas and Hotel Transylvania. He also collaborated independently in visually developing Escape From Planet Earth for Vancouver-based Rainmaker Entertainment and production design on Animal Crackers for Blue Dream Studio Spain. Armand moved back to Disney Animation Studio between 2013-2018. His later credits with Disney include the award-winning features Big Hero 6 and  Zootopia, Olaf's Frozen Adventure, and Raya and the Last Dragon. He also worked as a freelance art director for The Bible Project and visual development artist for studios such as Netflix Animation, Blizzard Entertainment, Riot Games, Niantic and Blur Studio. 


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"In everything you do, put God first, and he will direct you and crown your efforts with success." Prov.3:4-6 (TLB)


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