Burning Down the Barriers – 37th International Miami Film Festival Cinemaslam competition

I’m very excited to announce that my documentary, Burning Down the Barriers, which narrates the story behind the first female firefighter in Miami-Dade county, has been selected as a finalist for the 37th Miami Film Festival’s Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Family Foundation CinemaSlam Competition. Gender inequality has been an ongoing problem in the fire rescue…

Northwest Argentina | Photo Tour

I recently came back from a couple weeks in Argentina. The experience was simply great, not only because I was able to visit friends and relatives, but because I was able to travel with my daughters to my ‘place of origin‘. The experience was topped with a family wedding and a unique photographic experience on…

Blackmagic Design Video Assist 4K | Impressions

When Blackmagic Design announced the original video assist back in NAB 2015 we all, video junkies out there in the wild, got really excited. This was not only a fair competitor to the Atomos family of video monitors and recorders, but a solid designed product that entered the market at an affordable price. Fade to…

Set narrative and design in Guillermo del Toro’s Pan Labyrinth

Set narrative and design in Guillermo del Toro’s films are as fundamental for the production as the story itself. In this instance I wanted to focus on two wonderful movies by director extraordinaire Guillermo del Toro. I personally consider Mr. del Toro as one of the brightest and most profound directors of the last two…