I’m a multimedia producer with a performing arts background and a passion for telling stories.
Raised in a large Quebecois-Mexican family, my upbringing was rich with culture, humor, adventure, and grit. At six years old, I worked alongside my dad in his sign shop, listening to his stories day after day. After years of working in manual labor and food service, I took on a physical and mental mission and worked my way to becoming a professional high-rope walker and circus performer. I had fallen in love with cameras during my first film photography class at 15 years old, and have intertwined my passions for telling stories through performing arts and visual art ever since.
After pushing my body to its limit in the circus for almost a decade, I pivoted my mission and returned to school, graduating from UC Berkeley with a fresh outlook on life and an expanded technical toolkit. I reshaped my creative interests and blue-collar grit into a fully-fledged career in the digital space, building a video production practice from the ground up at Roofstock, a leading real estate investment company, over the course of four years. I thrive in fast-paced creative environments, and take pride in balancing my risk-taking, get-it-done scrappiness with high quality, highly refined results.
Outside of work, I’ve incorporated my love of video storytelling into many of my interests, filming music performances, recipe videos, travel diaries, and more. Contact me if you're interested in working together, brainstorming project ideas, or just chatting!