Ramírez Tena, HomeroDirección, Edición, Fotografía, Guión, Producción.
He studied design and visual communication at the National School of Visual Arts (ENAP) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He is director of animation and an independent photographer, specializing in stop motion, animated graphics, landscape and portrait photography. He has participated in various congresses and conferences, including the 9th International Congress of Design for Humanity at Anáhuac University México Norte and the Stop Motion Animation Round Table at the 7th Monterrey International Film Festival (FIC Monterrey), Mexico. His animated short film Hilando nubes se va mi tiempo (2008) won 2nd Place at the 1st Animasivo, Contemporary Animation Forum, Mexico City, and the Channel 11 Prize of the 18th QUÓRUM Award of the Council of Designers of Mexico. He participated in the 9th Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) with his animated short fiction film Eskimal (2011), for which he received, among other prizes, the Best Short Film award at the 8th Sidney Latin American Film Festival (SLAFF), the Environment Award at the 8th International Short Film Festival FENACO, Peru, and three awards for Best Animated Short Film: at the 5th Latin American and Caribbean Film Festival of Margarita, Venezuela; the 11th International Film Festival “Nueva Mirada” for Children and Youth, Buenos Aires, Argentina, when he also won the Special Mention Jury Awards in the “Dulces Sueños” section; and the 13th Silver Screen Festival, Mexico City. He won 3rd Place at the 3rd ECOFILM Festival in Mexico for his animated short film Animal (2013). He received a Silver Award at the 2012 PromaxBDA Promotion, Marketing and Design Global Excellence Awards ceremony, for his work as director and editor of animation and design for Grupo Televisa, Mexico. He is the author of cineminuto El Aleph de Borges a la vista (2015) of Imaginantes series of Televisa Foundation.