Taos, New Mexico, USA
Enrico is a multimedia maker, designer and artist. He mixes the skills of photography, videography, motion graphics, motion capture, programming, 3D printing, and design to create interdisciplinary art. He holds a BFA from the University of New Mexico, which has been the springboard to working with artists, research scientists, the New Mexico film industry, and students. He was the lead NM designer for the Navajo Education Technology Consortium where he developed interactive web-based games in the Dine language. Later he collaborated in Governor Bill Richardson’s NM Film Industries program for UNM in ARTS LAB, a green screen, motion capture, dome theater workspace designed to support the emerging film industry. Enrico also played a part in launching two film festivals in Albuquerque, the CineMAS Latin American Film Festival and the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. He was central in stewarding the public access TV station in Taos, and is currently the Multimedia Development Specialist for the UNM-Taos Digital Media Department. He also helped launch Taos Pride, a nonprofit that serves the LGBTQ+ community in Taos. Enrico currently sites on the board of The PASEO Project, a free outdoor arts media festival.