About me


I am a bilingual journalist and multimedia producer. For the past eight years, I have been producing, shooting, editing, and sometimes hosting videos for CNET and CNET en Español. I love documentary filmmaking, but I enjoy creating all kinds of pieces.    


I mainly cover science, technology, and innovation, but I love human-centered stories. The best part about my job is that it lets me learn new things every day and meet people doing extraordinary things. My work has earned several awards and nominations, and I have served as a judge for the News & Documentary Emmy Awards and the Epica Awards. 


In a previous life, I worked as a staff reporter for El Periódico de Aragón in Spain, and I still enjoy writing occasionally. You can see a couple of examples here and here


I graduated from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism in 2013. My master's thesis about Mexico's female professional wrestlers, Las Luchadoras, has been featured on vice.com and elpais.com, the Spanish highest-circulation daily newspaper's site, among other outlets. It was part of the festival MXªBCN (Festival Internacional de México en Barcelona) in 2015. 


I am fluent in English and Spanish and speak some German and French. I love video, photography, and digital media. 


Do you think we could work together? Don't hesitate to contact me!

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