The short answer? I’m a self-described writer, graphic designer, filmmaker, part-time lover and full-time oddball.
I was born in the Dominican Republic. I loved movies since I was a kid. I learned English through school classes and watching Daffy Duck’s Fantastic Island. I learned to use PCs and Macs at an early age. I studied advertising as a means to get into TV commercial production and ended up as an Art Director and later a Junior Creative in a local ad agency called Cimple for five years. I got married and had a son in 2001, only to get divorced in late 2003. I took the 2 month course at the New York Film Academy in March, 2002. Worked as a PA on the Dominican Units of Miami Vice and The Good Shepherd. I joined NALIP in 2007. I’m currently working freelance on ads, videos, websites and writing screenplays.
My favorite song lyric, which also serves as my mantra, is “Be yourself, no matter what they say.” from Sting’s Englishman in New York.