Has spent the last ten years making documentaries for a wide portfolio of clients including Discovery Channel, Channel 4, BBC, National Geographic and others. In the diverse roles as Cameraman, Producer and Director, Guillermo has brought key issues in the region to the screen such as immigration, elections, AIDS, terrorism, environmental damage, threats to indigenous people, drugs, war and other important issues told through human stories.
Guillermo’s intricate experience and knowledge of Latin America is reflected in his work from the region. He is always telling the most important stories from the ground, living the stories in order to tell them. His experience also led him to work in the Middle East and Africa.
His documentaries have been shown in various film festivals and in 2006 a three part series he produced for Channel Four, Cocaine, was nominated for a BAFTA. In 2010 a story he did for Channel 4 news in Mexico won the Foreign Press Association Awards in London. Recognition aside, the most important thing for Guillermo is telling the stories that need to be told.