Naiti Gámez is a filmmaker willing to call anywhere "with a flexible approach to language" home.
She has worked as a cinematographer and director on award-winning films and television series. Her latest film, Love, Sadie, screened in the Short Film Corner at the Festival de Cannes and was a 2008 Student Academy Award semi-finalist.
As a cinematographer, her film credits have screened at dozens of festivals worldwide, including Festival de Cannes, Tribeca Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand, SXSW, Festival du Cinema de Paris, Woodstock Film Festival, Hampton's International Film Festival, Festival de Cine Internacional de Barcelona and Taos Talking Pictures. Her TV credits include Showtime, MTV/MTV2, Discovery Channel, ESPN & tuTV.
Naiti has also worked at non-profit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. As a youth-media educator, she's collaborated with young people to produce videos about social issues that affect them. She holds a B.A. in Latin American Studies from Smith College, and an M.F.A. in Film Production (Cinematography concentration) from the University of Texas at Austin.