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Sergio San Martin

Sergio San Martín Cerezo was born in Pamplona (1981) and he took a degree in Audiovisual Communication at the University of Navarre. Since he graduated he has worked exclusively in the field of the audiovisual world. He combines his work as a filmmaker and editor of videos for several companies with his own freelance work in documentaries and music videos. In total, his videos have been selected in more than thirty Audiovisual Festivals or Presentations.

His most awarded work is a short documentary “El Buste”, and, among his works as a maker of music videos, “Party Time” for Soñadores Natos, “Blanco y Rojo” for Padrino MC, “Unsafe at any speed” for Half Foot Outside, and Takumar” for Mikel Mendía particularly stand out for their quality.

A large part of his audiovisual work has been dedicated towards experimental videos rather than following a traditional narrative pattern. He has made a dozen experimental videos, some of which have received awards. Sergio San Martín is also a founder member of the videoartist collective called HAZ, based in Madrid and, from time to time, he publishes photographs in several publications while he has also held some photo exhibitions, among these: Snapixel Magazine, Geoplaneta from Lonely Planet. Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2012, UNESCO International Centre for Vocational Education and Training or 2013 Gap-Year Guidebook.

Short film credits

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