Dayra Ferrera is a puertorican aspiring filmmaker. From her earliest days dancing and writing, she has had passion for visual arts. Exploring the world of storytelling, in 2005 she won an International Kids Literature Competition with the short story "La Libertad" and traveled to Costa Rica representing Puerto Rico. In High School, she attended the Specialized School in Radio and Television Production Juan. J. Osuna and became more passionate and invested in telling stories and learning more about production. Osuna, prepared her to become a professional in the industry with the basic tools. She started studying filmmaking at the University of The Sacred Heart and became a member of the college dance team. In 2017, in lights of the events of Hurricane Maria, she produced the short documentary "Las Horas del Viento" (2017) and directed her first documentary "Playita Corazon Resiliente"(2018). During the summer of 2018 she was offered an internship as an associate producer with Kingston5 Productions in Miami, producing one web-series and a short film. Back in Puerto Rico, Dayra wrote and directed her first shortfilm "Por ti"(2018) which won first place at the 12th Shortfilm Screening of The School of Communications Ferre Rangel.