Marcie is a Chinese-American experimental and editorial animator who lives in New York City. She currently creates motion graphics for "Explained" on Netflix and is also working on a film, probably.
She is interested in creating work that examines human psychology through a humorous, surreal lens. She is also interested in interactive fiction, sketch comedy, and filmmaking. In her free time, she enjoys thrift shopping and watching extremely long videos on YouTube about pop culture.
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SELECTED PRESS: CBC Radio, Director's Notes, The New Yorker, Game Curator, Rock Paper Shotgun, It's Nice That, Cartoon Brew, Girls in Film
BEHIND THE SCENES: Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup, Everything you wanted to know about animal farts
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Walla Walla Movie Crush, 2021
ANNY (Animation Nights New York), 2021
AFI Docs, 2021
Fest Anca, 2021
Girls in Film x The Other Art Fair, 2021
It's Nice That, Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup documents 20 people’s weird pandemic dreams, 2021
CBC Radio, Why this artist animated people's weird pandemic dreams, 2021
Director's Notes, Take a Surreal Trip Through Our Collective COVID-19 Dreams in Intimate Animation ‘Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup’, 2021
The New Yorker, The Mysteries and Motifs of Pandemic Dreams, 2021
Stash Media, “Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup” or How I Learned to Love Dreaming During COVID, 2021
Zippy Frames, Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup by Meghan McDonough, Stevie Borrello and Marcie LaCerte, 2021
A deranged man advertises his delicious chicken.
A girl goes out in the summertime looking for love.
International Animated Film Festival ANIMATOR, 2021
Cartoon Brew Pick of the Day, 2018
Vimeo Staff Pick, 2017
Animation Nights New York (ANNY), 2019
GLAS Animation, 2018
Ae Film Fest, 2018
Locomoción Experimental Animation Festival, 2017
Lush Creative Showcase, 2017
Ladies With Lenses Screening, 2017
Malt Adult, 2017
Square Lake Film Festival, 2017
Istanbul Comics and Art Festival, 2017
Rimonim Art Gallery, 2017
What's so great about the early internet? Co-produced with Meghan McDonough.
Featured on Quartz.
An examination of the weird and wonderful Shrek fandom.
Is your personality fixed, or can you change who you are? Created for Invisibilia.
Asian American Film Thing (Caveat), 2019
Video Consortium, 2019
Ottawa International Animation Festival, 2018
An animated exploration of Dani Rabaiotti's book Does It Fart? A Definitive Guide to Animal Flatulence.
Behind the scenes, and my storyboard process below:
A personal theory of aesthetics, created for the Light Grey Art Lab Residency.
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