Born in Spain, Abraham Meneu's lifelong passion for animation began in 1989 under his brother's guidance. In the '90s, he immersed himself in 3D animation. In 1999, he joined Anibyte in England, honing his skills in game cinematics and PlayStation games.
Abraham's feature film journey started with "Valiant" in London, followed by London's advertising industry. He made significant contributions to the Spanish animated film "Planet 51."
Since 2010, he's been a modeler at Dreamworks, leaving his creative mark on films like "The Croods," "How to Train Your Dragon 2," "Trolls," "Boss Baby," "How to Train Your Dragon 3," and "The Bad Guys," among others. He remains a key figure in shaping upcoming Dreamworks films.