Marco López

Director of Audiovisual Media

 

Marco A. López Hernández, originally from Asunción Nochixtlán, Oaxaca, Mexico. He formally began his studies at the Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, obtaining the degree of Music Technician with a specialization in violin, in addition to having acquired an honorable mention for his outstanding performance during his university stay, thus achieving a degree by average .
Later, he took lessons from Maestro. Samuel Vargas with the aim of being able to prepare to be accepted in Vargas Foundation in the Student Scholars Program, of which he was a part for one season, at the same time that he participated in the selection contests of the Autonomous University of Mexico and the Universidad Veracruzana, being admitted to both institutions.
He currently continues his studies at the Faculty of Music of the Universidad Veracruzana, where he is instructed by Maestro Carlos Quijano Vázquez. He also works as an active violinist with the Xalapa Philharmonic Orchestra. Adding to this his work as a founder, producer, and puppeteer in institutions that seek to promote scientific and musical knowledge to the younger generations.
His job as director of audiovisual media consists of planning, editing and co-producing the materials that the foundation uses both for its internal students and for the general public, materials that range from capsules intended for promotion, to the editing and assembly of music videos, in which he makes use of his knowledge in music and editing.