Marianne was born in Caracas, Venezuela and moved to the sunny (and rainy) city of Miami when she was 13. Passionate about storytelling, Marianne studied filmmaking at Full Sail University and since then has worked in over a hundred productions.
She started out as a camera operator and assistant for award-winning documentary films such as, the HBO Documentary "Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown," PBS Documentary "Half the Sky Movement," CNN's DocuSeries "Death Row Stories," and any more.
After working with amazing Cinematographers and Directors, she decided to branch out on her own and open up a small production company where she works with small business owners to create compelling stories for their brands via video.
Marianne has worked works Cafe Media, a digital media company with various online entities, where she served as Video Producer and Editor for sites like www.vivala.com and www.revelist.com. She currently works at Mic.com as a producer for the newly created "Brand Newsroom", creating content for companies like Walmart. She brings all of her production and entrepreneurial experience from the past 8 years to create engaging visual content for Millennials all over the world.