Co-director, Co-producer, Cinematographer
Caguayo was made for Dr. Luis Diaz, curator of herpetology at the Cuban National Museum of Natural History. From the forests of Soroa to the streets of Havana, this short video explores the great diversity of lizards in Cuba.
While discovering the range of habitats, behaviors and colors of lizards, the film brings a message about people being connected to nature.
Caguayo was made during the Pan Caribbean Project for Environmental Film and Wildlife Documentaries residency held at Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión (EICTV).