Guillermo is a screenwriter and film director, who graduated from the EICTV International Film and Television School in Cuba. He co-created and co-wrote the HBO Max original series "Mil Colmillos/A Thousand Fangs" with Jaime Osorio, which was produced by Warner Media and Rhayuela Films in Colombia. Currently, Guillermo is actively developing new content for various companies.
With an extensive career as a producer, Guillermo has worked on various feature films and documentaries. This includes producing Juan Carlos Falcón's "People you may know," as well as the documentaries "The People's Fighter: Teofilo Stevenson" and "Arriba Cuba" for the Olympic channel by Diego Hurtado de Mendoza.
Guillermo has also produced over a dozen short films, including Alvaro Ron's "Hombre de Agua Dulce." The film was part of the NALIP’s Latino Lens Shorts Narrative Incubator with the support of the Time Warner Foundation and The National Endowment for the Arts. Additionally, he has produced music videos for Latin American artists such as Bunbury and La Santa Cecilia.
Guillermo resides in Los Angeles, where he is part of the Los Angeles Public Defender's Office, helping non-citizens avoid deportation.