Impact and Engagement Strategies for Documentary Films & Film Festivals
With a background in journalism, script-writing and film production, I run my own impact and engagement strategies consulting firm for independent documentaries and film festivals.
I believe in the power of stories to inspire change and encourage action. I understand the importance of designing strong, creative campaigns that reach wide audiences, elevate films and extend their life through well-designed, multi-platform strategies.
I have led outreach efforts for great documentaries and film festivals. Some recent projects include: Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North (2008, PBS/POV and Emmy nominee), 1913 Seeds of Conflict (2015, PBS broadcast), Rebel (2014, PBS broadcast), I Know a Man...Ashley Bryan (2016), J. Fred Woell: An American Vision (2017) and Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium.
I also freelance as a producer, scriptwriter and editor both in English and Spanish. I have worked for a variety of industries including non-profit, government, film and education.
Click on the following links to read some of my published short stories (in Spanish):
Sopa de Nostalgia
De Nueva York al Cielo
El Reportero del New York Times