I was born in Mexico in 2003. As any kid, I loved watching movies all the time. But what I enjoyed the most was watching the bonus features on the DVDs with the behind the scenes interviews and videos. I was fascinated with the process of making movies and films, yet I never saw filmmaking as a career possibility.
I made short, basic films every now and then over the years, and took many school projects as excuses to do videos and films, even building a reputation at school of being a filmmaker (though I didn't know the term at the time). A key part of my life was an after school film club I joined in the seventh grade, where I participated in some short films for older high school students.
It wasn’t until 2018 when it all actually began. A very large school project was coming, where I could literally choose any topic and research about it to make something. I was lost for I didn't know what to do for it. And then my history teacher asked if I was going to make a movie for it. I instantly knew that was what I wanted to do, the pieces just clicked together.
About a year later, when the project was on track, I began my first real short film; Star Wars: Secrets of the Jedi, which ended production in early 2020. After that, I knew my passion laid in filmmaking, and so I do my best to make more and better films.