is a film director who made his mark in international documentaries. His unique style blends a modern visual aesthetic with relevant content. A graduate of UC Berkeley, he received his MA degree from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Prior to graduation, the Pan-African Film Festival honored him with the Student Filmmaker Award for his first solo feature film, Inventos: Hip Hop Cubano. His current production Revolucion Sin Muertos captures a youth movement in Comuna 13 in Medellin, Colombia, where hip hop is utilized to empower a peace movement. His dedication to his craft is deeply connected to his commitment to social justice and the belief in the transformative power of film.