Check out some excerpts from my documentary work.
JAY: A Chef's Story
JAY is a gripping story of Jay Bonilla, a transgender chef from El Salvador who recounts his story from his humble beginnings in El Salvador to becoming a Chef in Arizona.
Immigrant Voices of America
Immigrant Voices of America is an eight-episode documentary series sharing the immigrant experience in the United States of America. Visit the website for more information: www.ImmigrantVoicesOfAmerica.com
Get Out The Vote: Raymiro
Collaboration with CHIRLA in creating six Get Out The Vote videos highlighting voters and their hopes for the 2020 presidential election. Raymiro shares his thoughts about the 2020 election.
Jesus Perez: Engineer
Jesus Perez shares his personal story of becoming an engineer. From growing up in a working-class community to graduating from MIT to finally working at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems as a Senior Mechanical Engineer. Jesus shares his challenges, aspirations, and advice to future Latinos in STEM-related fields.
Dyslexia: Hector's Story
Hector is ranked 5th in the US for Cross Country, but due to his lack of assistance with his dyslexia in high school, Hector is in great jeopardy of being denied to compete across the US.
The Valley In The Struggle
The Valley In The Struggle shares the amazing story of some of the San Fernando Valley residents who united with the UFW in fighting for farmworker justice. Narrated by acclaimed actor, Jacob Vargas. For more information visit: thevalleyinthestruggle.strikingly.com
Pacoima Murals Walking Tour
There’s a mural resurgence brewing in the city of Pacoima, Ca. In this recap video you will see 15-18 incredible murals along Van Nuys Blvd., learn the history, hear the inspiration and meet the artists who painted them.
Every Saturday evening Elvira sits down and watches her favorite sport…..Lucha Libre (Mexican Wrestling). She loves it so much that she can’t have enough of it!
Unrest: Founding of the Cal State Northridge Chicana/o Studies Department is a feature length documentary that for the first time tells the story of the dramatic conflicts between students and administration to force open the doors to teaching ethnic studies in the university. For more information visit: www.unrestdoc.com