One-woman Swiss army knife of multimedia storytelling tools and production skills.
➡️ Currently telling stories with the amazing video team at BBC Mundo.
Can work with photos, video, audio, code, websites, 360video, interactive storytelling tools, social media, produce a TV show, coordinate a crew or train a group of people on how to do all of the above.
Webby Award Winner – How-To, Explainer & DIY 2021
Passionate about diversifying the media and making sure we empower young women to find their voice. Loves cats, books, all sorts of nerdy things and finding new ways of telling stories.
⬅️ Formerly worked with the badass crew at First Draft to help newsrooms navigate the age of information disorder, fight disinformation and more.
Download a PDF version of my CV here.
Always been fascinated by cameras – always!
Studied photojournalism, portraiture and doc filmmaking at UT Austin in 2008-2009.
Cut my teeth running my Uni’s newspaper campus.mty and doing photo assignments on my own.
Spent a couple of years working as a wedding photographer and videographer.
First gig as a journalist was photographing the “lucha libre” (Mexican wrestling) for a newspaper.
First moved to the UK in 2011 to study an MA in Multimedia Journalism.
Have always self-funded interesting projects. Travelled on a reporting trip in East Africa in 2015.
Fascinated by new ways of telling stories, reaching people, teaching and learning how to responsibly report in an age of information disorder.
Get in touch
If want to talk about the work I do as a journalist at the BBC email me on email@example.com.
For everything else email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My DM’s are open on Twitter and I reply super quickly on Instagram. Basically, I’m not hard to find. If you prefer there’s also a nifty contact form on the right that you can use.
I was born and bred in Mexico and grew up in the gorgeous city of Monterrey, surrounded by mountains. I studied in Austin, TX and Virginia Tech before coming to the UK to study in 2011.
Innovative storytelling uses the best tech – whether it’s VR/AR or simple more analog media – to put people at the centre of a story. I believe in the power of stories to bring us together, make us think and bring about change.
I love talking to people, cameras, editing, software, fighting with data viz, cleaning spreadsheets and the rush of producing live television. I live in Kent with my cat-overlord @princessmccatface.
PS. Check out my sister Elsa García – she’s an Olympic gymnast and the definitely the cooler García sister.