I was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico along with my twin sister Marta. The day I was born all the planets were aligned (literally). I attended the University of Puerto Rico where I studied Theatre Arts and Theatre Education. There, I was elected as the president of the Theatre group and developed a permanent season of plays. The school went from having one play done every other year to a permanent six a year. During my tenure, I was able to direct Steve Galluccio’s Mambo Italiano in a Spanish version adapted by me. The play enjoyed extended weekends run and the attendance of the president and dean of the school. Later, I moved to Lubbock, Texas to obtain my doctorate in Fine Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in Directing/Acting. After that, I moved to Los Angeles where I have been writing, performing and, most importantly, making my own way. Most recently, I directed my piece “How did Edward Lose His Accent?” and it advanced to semi-finals in the Short+Sweet, Hollywood LGBT Festival. Currently, I am working on post-production on my short film “Hell No.” This film features two Latinx brothers trying to reconnect. A short version of this film was selected for OutFest Los Angeles Fusion presentation.