UBISOFT CALLS FOR MEDUZARTS’ EXPERTISE FOR THE RAINBOW SIX SIEGE: OUTBREAK CINEMATICS
March 27, 2018

 

 

In this series of individual interviews, we will present our most powerful strength here at the studio: Our Team.

This first encounter is with Gaëlle Dandoi.  She’s been at Meduzarts for approximately 3 years now working as an animator.

Skillful, cheerful and directly from Belgium, she has worked on many important flagship projects for our studio such as Shadow of War and Rainbow 6 Siege.

Here are a few questions we thought would help you get to know Gaëlle a bit better

 

Q: What did you have for breakfast?

A: I don’t eat breakfast (except when it comes to our social committee’s monthly Hyper Breakfast or when I go meet some friends for a late brunch). I always start my day with a good coffee though, this is not negotiable!

Q: Outside of work, what fills up your free time the most?

A: I have to confess that I spend a lot more time than I should watching movies or TV series, but I love it so bad.

Q: PC or console?

A: I literally grew up with a controller in my hands, so CONSOLE… Hands-down.

Q: What would be your dream vacation and why?

A: Vacation that gets me out of my comfort zone. Should be about sports or discoveries, I need to explore and it’s essential for me to discover new things, it helps me grow as a person.

Q: Do you have any fun facts to share?

A: I have an irrational fear of incoming calls… If you’re not in my contact list, chances are I won’t pick up the phone.

Q: What got you interested in animation?

A: A high fondness for any kind of movies and a fascination for movement = A match made in heaven to become an animator.

Q: If you could choose a superpower, what would it be?

A: Being able to manipulate the space-time continuum.

Q: Are you a morning or night person?

A: I am definitely a night owl.

Q: Do you have any wisdom you’d like to share with future generations?

A: Never let anyone discourage from getting to your objective, even if yours is to touch the moon… “It’s by aiming for the moon that we get to the stars”! It might be a little corny, but we can never seem to say it enough, don’t give up.