Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor
La Guerra is a short documentary film that tells the story of a young, Mexican American woman from Southern California who has taken on a much greater role for her family in the face of her parents' deportation. Growing up in a mixed status family, 19-year-old Angelica Guerra has seen both of her parents leave the United States with no real hope of return. Angelica chose to make the best of the situation by continuing to study, work, and take care of her siblings to keep the American Dream alive, despite her family's separation.
A short documentary series for national organization Freedom For Immigrants that examines life after immigration detention.
Episode 1: Claudia Prado is a grandmother of four who lives in Anaheim, CA. She spent over a year in the Adelanto detention facility and was initially brought there after getting arrested for a marijuana charge. She received a $5,000 bond and currently has her case going through the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She is expected to hear back about her case in April.
Director, Cinematographer, Editor
A short film about a young teenage girl who copes with the loss of her best friend. This experimental short film examines friendship and loss and the will to move forward.
Cinematographer, Executive Producer
~70,000 Youtube views
A 4-part series about a boy living with two girls in college. This series explores the ups and downs of college life and the all-so-fun events that accompany being a young adult.
A short documentary about Agustín Alemán, a Mexican-born baker who owns and operates “Alejandra’s Bakery” located in South Los Angeles. This story offers a glimpse inside Agustín’s legacy and the family business, reflecting on what it takes to build a life in the United States, and how to find the strength to give back to your community.