An award-winning filmmaker and writer based in Paris, France, I’m also what someone once called an “omni-channel creative” – passionate about creating in a multitude of forms – writing, filmmaking, directing, photography, theatre, spoken word.
I am currently represented by the incredible Jessica Craig from Craig Literary.
I attended acclaimed high school Baltimore School for the Arts, then University of Southern California as a National Hispanic and Dean’s Scholar. I worked in casting for films such as Juno, the Day the Earth Stood Still and television series Numb3rs and Medium. I starred in a really bad horror movie when I was 17. I’ve written a novel, a play and several films, as well as produced and directed a music video, a short film and now a feature. (See Lady Who Productions)
One of my life’s missions is female empowerment. I was chair and founded the New York Times’ international Women’s Network, was one of the faces of Google’s #IamRemarkable Campaign and serves as Vice-Chair for Democrats Abroad in Paris as well as works on the Hispanic and Women’s Caucus.
I recently left advertising as the New York Times’ Global Digital Business Director in December 2018 to pursue filmmaking full time. See more about that life where I had my own business, lived in London and Paris doing digital advertising on LinkedIn.
Get in touch to find out more about collaborating on films, speaking, and creativity workshops.