is an award-winning Puerto Rican writer/producer that explores narratives centering afrolatinx stories.
She produced the animated reggaetón shortfilm called Nuevo Rico, an afro-indigenous story set in a future dystopian world, that won numerous awards in 2020/21. Passionate about exploring untold Caribbean stories, she’s developing multiple films in Puerto Rico that have never been seen before in the cinematic canon, including a docuseries about the origins of Reggaeton in Puerto Rico, and a high concept sci-fi series with magical realism, that touches on the experimentation of Puerto Rican women from the 50s onward.
She’s currently producing an afrolatinx shortfilm about Yemaya, one of the African Orishas, in Puerto Rico, which received the Netflix/LALIFF grant supporting afrolatinx filmmakers. Later this year she will also begin production on a shortfilm about a black revolutionary that defied the white Chief of Police in the 1930s, and remains one of the most hidden figures in Puerto Rican/American history. Recipient of the prestigious Jerome Foundation Grant.