Home Team


We are an interdisciplinary group of people who share the view that it is possible to conserve the environment while producing.

Fulvio Eccardi

Biologist and photographer born in Italy and naturalized Mexican. He has spent over 35 years ago documenting and disseminating issues linked to biodiversity and the use of natural resources in Mexico. He has served as editor and photographer in approximately thirty art books and his work has been exhibited in solo shows in Mexico, USA, Canada and Italy. He has directed videos and documentaries and is currently editor of Biodiversitas, the Conabio bulletin and President of the El Triunfo Conservation Fund.

Leticia Mendoza

New business developer with 30 years’ experience in project management, financial management and budgeting. A book editor and photographic exhibition curator, she is responsible for public relations and forming teams for multiplatform communication projects.

Emily Corona

She fell in love with journalism very young, when she discovered that reality surpassed fiction and that describing the surrounding worlds was actually a job. A trip to Chiapas and seeing the Sumidero Canyon flooded with garbage and white foam sealed her calling to write about the environment, conservation and social justice. With a degree in Communication Sciences from the Iberoamericana University, she wrote about politics, education, social movements, the environment and religion for Reforma newspaper.

José Andrés Segura

A Costa Rican by birth and a nature lover, José Andrés holds a degree in film and television from Costa Rica’s Veritas University. He has been a professional filmmaker for the past ten years and during the last two, he has worked in Mexico, where experience has taught him that Latin American cinema could benefit from a more “natural” approach.

Carlos López

A designer, illustrator and animator, he defines himself as multidisciplinary and critical. He enjoys the experience of going beyond limits, by applying his creativity to social work and consciousness-raising. He won second place in the Motion Graphics category of the Quorum Award 2011.

Tania Escobar

Audiovisual producer specializing in the production and post-production of documentary content related to the environment and nature conservation. Her work has received recognition in England, Romania and the USA. She won first prize in the documentary category at the Ecofilm Mexico Festival 2013.

Alina Montero

A storyteller ever since she can remember, she began directing films in the degree course on communication at the Ibero University, where she produced Agua Blanca, a short fiction film that has gone around the world at international festivals. A grant holder from Ibermedia and IMCINE in the area of scripts, she also written on cinema and books for Chilango magazine. She is a screenwriter and video director.

Diego Westendarp

Composer and music producer for film and visual media. He studied composition at CIEM and Film Scoring at the Berklee College of Music Online Program. He participated in the 3rd Film Music Lab, where he received advice from composers such as Michael Nyman (The Piano). He plays plucked instruments and the piano and accordion. He produced the music for three feature-length films, more than 20 short films, documentaries, TV Movies, cineminutes, corporate videos and commercials.

Suzanne Stephens

Translator. She studied Modern and Medieval Languages (French, Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese) at Girton College, Cambridge and obtained an MA in Applied Linguistics at the National University of Mexico (UNAM). She has worked for UNICEF, UNAM, National Geographic en Español, México Desconocido and El Colegio de México.