Storyteller and Creative Advocate with a Major on Mass Media Studies, a certificate degree on Production Design and 9 years experience in screenwriting. Julieta's first Feature screenplay Nena Saludame al Diego was produced in Venezuela by Trampolín, CNAC and Ibermedia (2013). It was exhibited on Málaga International Film festival, Cine Las Américas Film Festival, San Diego Film Festival, Festival Internacional de Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano de la Habana and Women's International Film & Arts Festival among others. She has served as a creative consultant for Narrative Features (Dos de Trébol, 2011), Narrative Short Films (Salta, Tribeca Film Festival 2017; Vuela, Tribeca Film Institute "Through her Lens Program" 2017), TV Documentaries (Viva Venezuela, 2008; Piratas de Cuello Blanco, 2010) and TV Drama Series (Con Amor Aurora, 2011; My Sister and Me, 2018). Her first short film Llenas de Gracia (2016) is a fashion statement about Venezuelan Crisis and social identities which she directed and produced with the support of Possible Group and the sponsorship of Venezuelan Top designers Vanessa Boulton, Valentina Wolfermann and major local clothing brands Fru-Fru and Aprilis. As a natural entrepreneur, Julieta has invested her spare time building a career in fashion and costume design. She is the owner of El Petit Vintage, a vintage clothing sale and rental in Caracas and Mexico City since 2012. Through this, she has become a reference on this field and has contributed as a costume designer for TV, Films and music videos for well known artists such as Pitipol Ybarra (director for HBO Capadocia and Netflix's Ingobernable), Fina Torres (Cannes Camera D'Or winner) and Rawayana (Latin Grammy Nominated Music Band from Venezuela). She is currently working as a content developer for El Idearium LLC, a Miami-based production company focused on Latino Audiences in the United States and Vuela is one of her production goals for 2018.