Robert Carrera is a film writer, director, actor and producer. Raised in the East Bay Area of California, he found his calling for filmmaking at a very young age.
He studied at the New York Film Academy, earning top marks, before continuing his education at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where he quickly earned acclaim among his peers and mentors.
Robert has been making films for more than ten years, and has created a dream team of people he frequently works with, among whom is Matthew Gatsos, who scores most of his films. Known for incorporating alternate reality fantasies in the midst of very serious realities, his stories have a way of captivating the audience and making them feel invested in his characters.
As a common theme, you’ll usually find his protagonists facing obstacles involving love and/or deception.
Robert won Best Picture for his short film “Consequence” (2009) at the Epidemic Film Festival and received Best Director for “The Wedding” (2008) at the Vallejo Film Festival.
Dania Denise is a model, actor, host, voice-over artist and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. She has appeared in a variety of projects ranging from commercials and TV to short films, magazines, billboards and is also a former national pageant titleholder (USA Petite Ms. 2015).
Dania received her B.A. in Radio/TV with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Journalism from San Francisco State University where she graduated with a 4.0 GPA in 2005.
While she continues to enjoy a successful career as a model and actress, Dania also owns and operates the popular art business, The Chalk Chica, and expanded her entertainment career to include offering mentoring, coaching and consultation services to aspiring models, actors and pageant contestants via her latest business endeavor, DaniaDee.com.
Transitioning to the roles of producer, writer and casting director has given Dania even more opportunities to live, breathe and perfect her craft behind the camera while continuing to strengthen her skills as an actress on-camera.