Media; Multi Arts; Visual Arts: Film, New Media/Technology, Photography
Rodrigo is an award-winning multimedia producer living in Durham, North Carolina known for his work documenting the Latinx community in the South. His short “One Night in Kernersville” won Jury Award for best short at Full Frame (2011). His documentary, “Tommy!” was recently broadcast on PBS stations across the USA through UNCTV’s Reel South program. His latest work, “NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South”, a national touring museum exhibit based on his documentary work will be on display at the Atlanta History Center. He is an editor and cinematographer of the documentary “Always in Season” about the impact of lynching on four different communities and has just finished his latest documentary, “Obi-Juan Kenobi and the Taco Truck Avengers” and is working on “¡FIESTA! Quinceañera”, a digitial series for PBS/ITVS Storycast.