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ROD GUAJARDO-Filmmaker

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“Work hard and be nice to people.”. This quote by Anthony Burrill has become the motto of up and coming filmmaker, Rod Guajardo. Without any formal training or schooling in the filmmaking/production field, Rod Guajardo has exploded onto the San Antonio film industry scene and has captivated audiences with an exemplary visionary style that could rival that of some of his seasoned counterparts. Rod’s first music video, “Vulnerable Minds” by local artist, Josh Glenn, recently won the Best Video category at the 4th Annual Texas Music Coalition showcase offering a small glimpse into a bright future for the visionary director. Born on the island of Oahu, Hawaii to a Hawaiian mother and a Mexican-American father, Rod’s natural surroundings and diverse culture bestowed upon him an enthusiasm for the visual arts. Even after relocating to the mainland and the city of Round Rock, Texas, Rod maintained his love for the visual arts by winning several art competitions. As he transitioned into adulthood, Rod attended college at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas as a Casino Management major. The father of five has just wrapped a commercial for a credit repair agency as well as completing production on his first film, a short called “Unimaginable” written by Cedric T. Smith. In addition to those projects, Rod has several projects on the horizon which includes helming a music video in California for San Francisco-based electronica artist, Arthur Woo. Rod welcomes the future and embraces all projects with his strong work ethic and Aloha spirit. filmmaker,father,music,videos,film,nadiasaharishow

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