Peruvian-American producer, director and photographer Marco completed his first feature documentary film 2.5% The Osa Peninsula in 2015. He is currently directing his second documentary Safe Zone about Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and has lived in Tokyo, New York City, Los Angeles, Italy, Costa Rica and Peru. Marco opened his first studio in 2005 in Santa Monica California’s Bergamot Station Arts District where he had a solo art show in Coordination with the Santa Monica Museum of Art. His unique Pop Documentary style has garnered him campaigns for Time Warner Cable and Samantha Thavasa, as well as work with Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake. He works with organizations including UNICEF, the New York City based Robin Hood Foundation, the Community Coalition in Los Angeles, and is co-founder of iSeeiTravel Media and Lokal Travel.