Roberto is an independent web designer based in Los Angeles. He has built websites for the Beastie Boys, the Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation, the Rubin Museum of Art, the Storm King Art Center, and an innumerable list of artists and small businesses.
Early in his career Roberto studied 3D human animation and artificial intelligence at UC, San Diego with a Fulbright scholarship. He co-founded an animation software development company that enlisted clients like Industrial Light & Magic and Electronic Arts among many others. With his company, he was awarded a Sports Emmy for pioneering work in motion capture used on the CBS coverage of the Winter Olympics in Nagano. He also worked at various animation studios in Hollywood including Pacific Data Images, Disney Feature Animation, and Sony Imageworks.