Film & TV
Story Centered on All Platforms
Developing projects that celebrate culture, educate and have a social impact. These are stories that can live on any and all platforms.
My creative producing career started in 2004 after earning national recognition for a PSA on drinking and driving. I co-owned a commercial production company. Most recently I produced the film For Rosa, a short narrative inspired by the Madrigal Ten, a group of Latinas sterilized without consent while giving birth. It is currently moving through festivals.
In May 2020 I earned an MFA from the prestigious Peter Stark Producing program at USC. I worked for notable media companies such Hello Sunshine, Nickelodeon and Devon Franklin Entertainment.
For Rosa is a narrative film inspired by the Madrigal Ten, a group of women who were ten of many Latinas sterilized without consent while giving birth at Los Angeles County USC Medical Center during the 1970s. This story follows Eva, a fictional mother, who after being informed of her sterilization, is faced with the life altering decision of joining Jessica, a 26 year old fierce Latina attorney, and nine other women in a lawsuit against the hospital .
Texas Made Productions
Served as part-owner and operator of a full-service production company. We worked with small business and nonprofits from video ideation to production. Clients included reputable companies and organizations such as Lexus of Austin and the American Heart Association.
Co-Owner, Writer, Producer, Editor
Made 'N Texas
Co-Producer, Host, Writer
Made 'n Texas was an unscripted 30 minute show concept that highlighted the best of Texas. From food, to entertainment and fun, the show captured the essence of the Lone Star State. As a host I traveled to locations and interviewed the people that made theses places a highlight of Texas.
For Rosa Feature Film
This short film dives into the days leading to the tragic disaster of Space Shuttle Columbia in 2003.
The film is written and directed by Sabrina Ehlert, a USC Graduate Student and Recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Grant.