About

Desirée is a multifaceted Hispanic Creative born and raised in Las Vegas, NV (yes, hard to believe, people are actually born there). She is the proud Executive Producer of the Telly Award-Winning (2020) comedic web series “FabUless“, which was also nominated for eight Indie Series Awards, including Best Comedic Series and Best Comedic Actress. Her first venture into filmmaking as a writer/director, “An Invitation to Tea”, was one of 5 recipients of the inaugural Inwood Artworks Filmmakers Grant and went on to win Excellence in Filmmaking, Best New Director, and multiple Audience Choice Awards. Her second short film “Anne” explores the racial tensions of color blind casting while questioning the true importance of story telling. and was in consideration for a 2023 Academy Award Nomination. Her most recent film “Beyond the Fog”, was just awarded a $30,000 Film grant from the South Carolina Film Commission in partnership with IndieGrants.org. It is slated for filming in early 2023.

She has moved into directing for branded content, with her recent VOX campaign for Straight Talk Wireless being announced as a 2023 Branded Entertainment finalist at MediaPost’s 2023 Creative Media Awards.

    Having successfully transitioned from in front of the camera to behind, Desirée has made a living working in multiple aspects of the production world. She has produced for a variety of media such as: promotional content for Google, YouTube Red (Rhett & Link), music videos for notable artists (Snoop Dogg, Magic!, Jacob Whitesides), and award winning narrative work. She is also a highly efficient LP/UPM, having worked alongside large agencies and production companies (BBDO, Daughter, Good Company, VOX) to bring branded content, narrative projects, and commercials to the masses. She even worked with the Queen Bee herself on Disney’s Black is King, which awards her ultimate bragging rights.

    As an actor, Desirée has a knack for comedic timing, but an equally impressive range when it comes to emotional vulnerability.  She is often cast as the Girl Next Door, the Witty Friend, the Unsuspecting Heroine, and the Comedic Voice of Reason. Likable, genuine, and undeniably effervescent (friends can be so kind), she starred opposite Billy Baldwin in the Christmas flick, “Christmas Trade” on the UP Network and has a recurring role in the second season of the internet sensation “LA Macabre”.