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Sarah Visina would like to gain the attention of head of productions. Storytelling is their primary motivation. Sarah finds a sense of truth and authenticity within their spirit as they create.  As a dyslexic, their brain is wired to see the world in a different way. They also identifies as queer and non-binary. They are open to all pronouns and prefers they/them and goes by the nickname Era. It is their unique perspective that gives them the power behind their ideas.


Era has been accomplished in exploring several facets of the creative world. Each one of their endeavors taught them something about themself. They started their first small business in their preteens making, and selling jewelry, as well as drawing caricatures at craft shows. They took a lost wax casting class before college and really fell in love with the process. They continued on to foundry work at Massachusetts College of Art and Design with the desire to work larger. After Era explored that avenue for a little while, they decided they were in need of more color in their life. This desire brought them to casting in silicone. After they graduated with a BFA in Sculpture, After they graduated with a BFA in Sculpture, Era found a Maxillofacial program at the James J. Peters VAMC in Bronx, NY. They became an Anaplastologist and deepened their understanding of casting silicone by making medical prosthetics and amplified their interpersonal skills.

Era went on to attend Make-Up Designory in NY and earned their diploma in Master Make-Up Artistry. Fortunately, Era has been able to build them self a commercial lab equipped to satisfy the needs of the SFX industry. They are working in several different facets, such as television, film, and editorial like music videos, fashion, and short films with topics around beauty, heavy reality, surrealism, science fiction, fantasy, and more. 

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