About Me

My journey from San Jose, Costa Rica, to the United States at the age of 7 deeply shaped my identity as a filmmaker. Rooted in my multicultural upbringing, I embraced the richness of my heritage while navigating a new environment, and this connection to my roots fuels my passion for storytelling through film.


Currently pursuing a BFA in Digital Filmmaking at Rutgers, I integrate my love for storytelling with academic pursuits in Communication, specializing in Strategic Public Communication and Public Relations. My professional journey spans diverse roles, from freelance Videographer at Zona de Prensa Communications - ACCCSA to Videography & Photography Intern at Rutgers Student Affairs Marketing, refining my technical skills and creative flair.


Through my films like "Taste the Rainbow," "Head Over Heels," and "PRNDL," I blend narrative fiction with non-fiction storytelling, exploring social media, relationships, and fear. Additionally, "Jose G" and "Plantas" offer intimate portraits, prompting reflection on life's complexities.


My multicultural journey informs my filmmaking, aiming to capture the essence of human experiences and celebrate diversity. With each film, I strive to create narratives that resonate with audiences and highlight the profound connections that unite us all.

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