I am a writer, filmmaker and stage director from the Canary Islands, based in the Bronx, NY.

In my cinematic work, I disrupt conventional genre norms by blending super-8, 16 mm, and VHS aesthetics through a queer/punk lens. I explore themes of identity, self-discovery, and the interplay between individuality and community, while subverting Eurocentric morals and politics.
While narrative structures often frame my films, my primary goal is to evoke emotions through sensory experiences, transcending traditional plot constraints.
Many of my projects began with intrusive recurring images, often by-products of my formative audiovisual experiences, reflecting a rich and diverse cultural tapestry. Hollywood glamor, Spanish melodramas and telenovelas, Surrealism, Euro-Sleaze, Italian Giallo, Horror and Gore, ... My work is deeply connected to the religious imagery and folk traditions of my Canary Islands homeland, situated at the crossroads of historical trade routes between Europe, Africa, and the Americas.
My art is profoundly shaped by class struggle, anti-imperialism, and queer resistance, both on and off the screen. Through my work, I bridge personal and political, pushing boundaries and fostering meaningful dialogue.
My art aims to be a testament to the potential of audiovisual arts in empowering communities, questioning conventions, and honoring the extraordinary resilience and diversity within the human journey.