Stalwart Marvel Studios executive Victoria Alonso has been promoted to president of Physical and Post Production, Visual Effects and Animation Production.
All these departments with 15 years of experience will oversee the Marvel film and series efforts. He was promoted to executive vice president and continues to report to Louis D’Sposito, vice president of Marvel Studios.
“Victoria has been an incredible partner from the beginning and part of our team,” Marvin Studios President and Chief Creative Officer Kevin Figueroa and D’Esposito said in a joint statement. The industry executives and we are thrilled that he will be by our side in this advanced role as he leads Marvel Studios in the future. ”
Alonso said: “When Louis first suggested that I come to work with the team on ‘Iron Man’, I never imagined the thrill ahead, and as far as I’m concerned, it’s just the beginning! We have an incredible group of people who have a lot of talent. Bringing us to the exciting slate of movies and series on the horizon, and I’m especially moving forward with our studio animation effort, which is my personal passion. Wait for more songs! “
Alonso will continue to work as an executive producer on all upcoming feature films from the unit, including “Eternal”, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and “Thor: Love and Thunder.” He played the same role in Disney Plus origins as “Hockey”, “Mrs.” Marvel, “” She-Hulk “and” Moon Knight. “
Alonso entered Marvel as executive vice president of visual effects and post-production, doubling down as co-producer on “Iron Man” and “Iron Man 2”, “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger.”
In 2011, he was promoted to executive producer on the blockbuster hit “The Avengers”, a role he has maintained in all Marvel Studio releases ever since. During his time in the studio, Marvel Films grossed more than 23 billion at the worldwide box office. This year, he became an Emmy-nominated producer for his work on MCU’s Disney Plus first series “Wandavision”. Marvel Studios has released the next three series: “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Loki” and “What If …?”
Her influence as a woman in a senior executive role is far-reaching. She was named one of the most influential Hispanic women of 2019 and 2020 by People n Espaol magazine’s top “Podarosa”. On multiple occasions she was named in Variety’s Power of Women LA Impact Report. Alonso received the Muse Award in 2015 for Outstanding Vision and Achievement in the New York Women of Film and Television.
She is the first woman to receive the Harold Lloyd Award from the Advanced Imaging Society, a filmmaker who has worked in 3D and created specific achievements that have improved the motion picture art form. In 2017, she became the first woman to receive the Visionary Award at the 15th Annual VES Awards for Storytelling Through Visual Effects.
A resident of Buenos Aires, Alonso moved to the United States at the age of 19. He started out as a production assistant before taking a position in the prominent VFX House digital domain. His achievements as a VFX producer include Ridley Scott’s “Kingdom of Heaven”, Tim Burton’s “Big Fish” and Andrew Adamson’s “Shrek”. He won the Visual Effects Society (VES) Award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects / Motion Picture for “Kingdom of Heaven”.