Hector "Hectah" Arias, a Brooklyn-born creative powerhouse, encapsulates the vibrant spirit of his hometown in his dynamic body of work. A seasoned film and TV industry professional, Hectah's artistic range encompasses animation, design, and visual effects, contributing to acclaimed projects such as Showtimes' "Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men", Netflix's "Rapture", and PBS' "Nas: Live at the Kennedy Center". He was the creative pulse behind Mass Appeal's web series "What the HEC", and as Director and Animator for TBS Digital's "Storyville", his talent for storytelling captivated audiences and critics alike.
Honored with a Cinema Eye nomination for his work on Apple+ TV's "Louie Armstrong: Black and Blues" and boasting a Clio award for his exemplary animation in the "Enter the Wu-seum" event, Hectah's artistic prowess is both recognized and highly sought after in the industry. Prior to his film and TV success, Hectah lent his artistic flair to the music industry, creating album covers and promotional materials, and to advertising campaigns. His creative journey began as an intern at Stress Magazine in 1996, which segued into his community contributions as a teaching artist for award-winning non-profits. Combining his unique talent, rich experience, and unyielding dedication, Hectah truly embodies the creative spirit of Brooklyn.