Aladino Debert

Creative Director & Visual Effects Supervisor

Aladino Debert is an award-winning Director and VFX Supervisor with a focus towards episodics and limited series long-form entertainment. His work has won and been nominated for numerous awards including Emmys, Clios, Tellys, AICPs, HPA and VES awards.

Aladino led visual effects across multiple seasons and episodes for Netflix’s “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.” He is currently on production for “Lost in Space” season two for Netflix.

To date, Aladino’s team has created more than 1200 shots including full CG environments, digi-doubles, effects and water simulations across 12 episodes for director/showrunner Barry Sonnenfeld and VFX Producer Thomas Horton.

Working alongside VFX Supervisor Daniel Kaufman for SpikeTV’s “The Mist,” Aladino was responsible for creating the opening sequence introducing ‘Moth Man’ as well as additional digital environments, CGI prosthetics and fog effects. For STARZ, Aladino led visual effects on multiple seasons of “Black Sails” and was nominated several times for Emmy, HPA and VES awards. Focused on water simulations, environments and digi-doubles, he infused his expertise to more than 200 shots across season 2 and 3, and was ultimately awarded a VES award for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode for episode “XX. On STARZ hit show “Outlander,” Aladino supervised visual effects for several sequences, including water simulations, storms plus full CG environments and digi-doubles. He has swept up several nominations for HPA and VES, alongside VFX Supervisor Richard Briscoe and VFX Producer Elicia Bessette.

As a director, Aladino is the creative force behind many trailers and launch pieces, including for Treyarch’s “Black Ops 4,” Bungie’s “Destiny 2: Forsaken,” Oculus Rift, Nike’s “LeBron 11” and BMW’s “i3:Silent Performance.” Additionally, as VFX Supervisor, Aladino oversaw multiple commercial pieces including Nike’s “Biomorph,” Pokémon’s Super Bowl spot “Train On,” Halo’s “Master Chief Collection” and Call of Duty’s “The Vet & The NOOb” to name a few.

Driven by perfection and passion, there are no boundaries to Aladino’s ability. He has evolved into one of the most versatile VFX supervisors, in Digital Domain’s stable of extraordinarily talented team of leaders.