Colombian filmmaker with studies in journalism and visual arts. He completed his MFA in Film and Media Arts at Temple University in the US. His film work has been broadcasted in national television and exhibited in film festivals in Havana, Cuba (1996 and 2000); Rosario, Argentina (2000); FIPATEL, Biarritz, Francia (2000); Bogota, Colombia (2003); Mexican Human Rights Film Festival (2003); Nextframe, US (2009); in dance film festivals in US and Spain (2010 a 2013), and Cartagena (2020). In 2004 he received the Simon Bolivar National Journalist Prize for his documentary "The Enchanted Kingdom". His documentary "Ciudad a tres bandas" is part of the Colombian Documentary Showcase (La Maleta). He served in several positions developing audiences for film in his country such us programing director in the art cinema house Colombo Americano (2004-2006); and a funder and director of Sin Fronteras Film Festival (2007-2008). Since 2011 he has been working on research, development and production of Mi Casa My Home triology. "La casa de Mama Icha" is his first feature film.