Carly Siena Sertic is a freelance film maker and graphic designer known best for her work on NBC's GRIMM and the many pages of drawings in "Aunt Marie's books" prominently featured throughout the show's 6 seasons. Since Grimm, Carly has been hard at work on such projects as Netflix's Everything Sucks! where she recreated the nostalgia of 1996, Gus Van Sant's Don't Worry He Won't Get Far On Foot, focusing on 1970s design, and prop graphics for Season 2 of Mindhunter, delving into the details to meet the standards of director David Fincher. Carly recently worked on on Greta Gerwig's Little Women, creating 1860's period graphics, and on HBO's reboot of Perry Mason set in 1932 Los Angeles.

While proficient in such design programs as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, Carly was practically born using traditional media - pencil, pen and paint, and loves the chance to get to draw and illustrate for prop and set graphics.

Carly’s career began with internships on local independent films while she was still attending the University of Oregon. Through the U of O Journalism Program, she produced, directed and edited her own award-winning documentary “A Place to Belong: The Zellers Family Story of International Adoption.” She earned dual Bachelor’s degrees in Electronic Media Journalism and Multimedia Design, as well as a Film Studies Certificate from the English Department. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 4.06 GPA.
Other notable credits include Portlandia and Twilight. 

Carly in Aunt Marie's Trailer on the set of Grimm

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