Gabriella Garcia-Pardo is a Colombian-American documentary producer and cinematographer based in Washington, DC. She is drawn to stories of home, identity, climate justice, and conservation.
Gabriella collaborates with both independent productions and media organizations including Showtime, Netflix, Moxie Pictures, TIME, and The Guardian. She has contributed cinematography to projects such as The Fourth Estate and The Infiltrators, as well as in-progress films Fruits of Labor, Dwarfish, The Fight, The Vow, and I am John Robert Lewis. Gabriella has been supported by the Sundance Institute, Catapult Films, IWMF, BAVC, the New Orlean’s Film Society’s Southern Producer’s Lab, and the Women’s Sports Film Festival, among others. She is currently producing her first feature film in Colombia with director Sebastián Pinzón Silva.
Previously, Gabriella produced short-form documentaries on staff at National Geographic, filmed over 150 musicians on NPR’s music team, designed an intensive summer film program for high school students at Yale, and led horse treks through Chile. Gabriella is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design and is the founder and director of the DC chapter of the Video Consortium.