I started my career at MTV Networks where for over 15 years I worked on programming for MTV U.S. News & Docs, Latin America, International, and MTVtr3s. During my time at the network I: directed and interviewed numerous artists such as Kim Kardashian, Ben Affleck, Moby, and Ice T for various programs; was the Director, Cinematographer, and Producer of two short documentaries on Shakira for the hit series Diary, and another on Daddy Yankee; was one of the Directors of MTV Cribs for 5 years, during which I filmed 50+ actors, musicians and athletes in their homes. Later, as Supervising Producer, I oversaw a team of 30+ on the spin-off Teen Cribs, running the production of 70 episodes within three years. Afterwards, I worked as the Managing Director of the New York International Latino Film Festival, and then as the Senior Production Coordinator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where I was the liaison for TV, film and still photographers who filmed at the museum. For the past few years I've transitioned into a more independently based career, and was the writer and story producer of the Imagen Award winning PBS feature documentary John Leguizamo's Road to Broadway for the Great Performances series, and a Co-Producer on the feature documentary Raul Julia: The World's a Stage for the American Masters series. Currently, I have a slate of TV, film and documentary projects I am developing and consulting on.