My vocation was awakened in Buenos Aires, Argentina where I was born and raised. With music as my first love, I quickly learned that everything encompassing the arts inspired me in ways I never thought possible.
After graduating high school, I decided to study audiovisual production and began to nourish my artistic senses as I traveled through many of Argentina’s most breathtaking landscapes while working as a videographer and producer for World Zone Live, a video content website for the Argentine government.
As a qualitative leap in my career, I moved to the US at the age of 22 in search of possibilities to travel the world, document my journey and evolve along the way. I was lead to Miami and began working as a video editor for Right Cut Editorial where I participated in ad campaigns for brands such as DirecTV, Samsung, Discovery Channel and MTV.
After four years of gaining hands on industry experience as a video editor, I decided it was time to return to my roots as a filmmaker and revive the gene of creativity within through the creation of my company, Lulo Film.
To date, Lulo Film has produced video content with many facets of artistic expression ranging from live music concerts, to culinary art projects, performing arts projects and live art installations such as his 2016 collaboration with artist, Alexa Meade which was selected by YouTube to participate in the Sundance Film Festival.
In 2017, I had the honor of working with the great flamenco dancer, Jesus Carmona who lended his talents for the creation of an inspirational short film reflecting his deep connection with rhythm and the art of dance.
Lulo Rivero '18