Upon interviewing various members of The University of Florida, street style seems to serve as an expression of self-identity, reflecting a visual response to societal expectations.
This documentary series explores everyday-fashion’s costume-like qualities for the following individuals.
Click on each image to take you to the video.
This year I had the honor of working with Joel Guzman on a short film for our Dramatic Film Making class with Professor James Babanikos. Here it is:
Continue reading “MY FIRST SHORT FILM: DISCORDANCIA”
Here is a piece of a project I am working on with my good friend and dramatic filmmaking course partner Joel Guzman. This is a segment of a much larger story we plan to create by the end of the year. (We had to produce a chase sequence for our class, and this is what we came up with.) Enjoy what we have made so far!
Recently, I spent some time back in my hometown of Miami and caught up with one of my cousins. He is a videographer, editor, music composer and director. Continue reading “I Got Featured in an Unofficial “Cadillac ATS 2.0T Commercial””
Edited short clips from my spring break trip to Spain.
More about the trip later. For now, sit back and enjoy.
I have been interning for CollegeFashionista.com for three semesters so far. Now, at my fourth semester, I have been given the opportunity to be a Fashion Editor for the site. Continue reading “Fashion Editor”
I’ve always known that I’m awkward, but after uploading my morning routine on Youtube and watching myself apply lotions and potions onto my face while I talk, I realize that I can’t hide my strange character. Continue reading “I am so awkward, but at least I manage to get ready in the morning.”