DISNEY ANIMATION CAREERS
I initially worked at the Disneyland Resort in Hollywood Land attractions at Disney California Adventure park. I first started out as an Attraction Hostess and eventually became an artist/trainer at Animation Academy. I was lucky enough to meet a Disney Animation recruiter at a convention. From there, I interviewed until I landed a PA position on Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Patience and being creative. Getting into the Studio didn't come easy for me. It was more of a marathon than a sprint. But I knew I wanted to work at Disney Animation, so I tried to develop my skills while waiting for that big break.
Productivity. I thought for sure it would be hard to continue to work based on my department. There's so much to be done, and I thankfully have the tools to continue with few problems.
I like seeing the process of how movies are created, along with other projects. Before I came to the Studio, it was a complete mystery.
It’s between Fantasia and Aladdin. I’m leaning towards Fantasia. It’s the perfect combination of music and art.
My "Spicy Vegan Delight!" I'm all for a plain bagel, with vegan butter and sliced avocado on top. To add some spice, I drizzle a homemade vegan chipotle mayo sauce on top. Delicious! I bring those ingredients from home, haha.
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