Born in São Paulo and raised in the US, Marcelo Garcia began his studies at the New England Conservatory, pursuing an Artist Diploma in composition and performance, then at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, a B.A. in Film and Motion Design, and finally, awarded a grant for a year in Italy at Fabrica, Benneton's and Color Magazine's experimental communications center.
He is usually engaged on project types that might include anything from film direction and animation to design, illustration and typography for clients in the fields of film, broadcast, music, fashion and advertising. He has produced designs and animations for The New York Times Magazine, film titles for the likes of Darren Aronofsky,and Focus Features, a whole season of prints and patterns for Diesel, a motion identity system for Coca-Cola Worldwide, and a 50-minute animation as the set of an opera. In addition to commercials for clients such as AT&T, Google, Nestle, Faber-Castell, Nike and Visa, Fox Films, Globo TV, HBO, MTV Brazil, and MTV Japan.
His work has recently been included in the exhibit "Moving Types - Letters in Motion: A retrospective of typography in film" in Germany, and awarded by the New York Festivals, Communication Arts, and Creative Review.
The work of Marcelo Garcia and Molho has been exhibited in group exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art (Recife, Brazil), William Turner Gallery (USA), Williamson Gallery (USA), ResFest (USA and Brazil), Promax / BDA State of Design Show (USA), Ibero-American Biennial of Design (Spain), Frame by Frame (Norway), Visuelt Screening by Grafill (Norway), New Culture Festival (Russia) and Tiger Translate (Singapore).