Diego Felipe is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer, and actor.
As one of the youngest students to be accepted as a pupil of master filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami at the Escuela Internacional de Ciné y Televisón in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba, Diego created Fe y Paciencia (2016), which went on to be accepted to ten different national and international film festivals.
As a photographer, Diego won the Emerson Winter Photo Contest and has curated Instagram stories for Conde Nast’s CN Traveler.
In the fall of 2016, he competed with the Steamrollers video team which went on to win “Best Filming” in the nationwide Red Bull Bracket Reel: Dance competition and competed again in 2017 with MASS UNDERGROUND, reaching the top 4 video teams in the nation.
With a team of filmmakers, Diego shot a trilogy of Boston aerial and time-lapse films which garnered features from media outlets such as Boston.com, Boston Magazine, and Fox News 25.
In collaboration with 74th Avenue Films, Diego produced and directed his most ambitious project to date, My American Identity Project. He lives and works in Los Angeles, California.