Born and raised in Mexico, Charlotte immigrated to the USA in the midst of her adolescence and grew and continued her education in the California Bay Area. With a background in drawing, painting, and writing, Charlotte wanted to pursue a visual medium that would allow her to partake in storytelling and soon after exploring film and media, it became her passion and she went on to obtaining a BA in Cinema at San Francisco State University. She has worked for media companies from a young age and assisted in many short, commercial, and feature productions. As a producer, Charlotte's goal is to work on films that provide stronger roles for Latinxs, and LGBTQ+ folks; she has produced several recognized short films such as Sisterhood, Day One, and Leaving Victoria. As a director and documentarist, she is working on films that emphasize the stories of female resilience with WOC as leads. She enjoys mediation, mindful-living, and likes educating people on mental health and social justice issues. She loves aromatherapy and collecting rocks of all kinds. On her spare time, she is either watching music videos while sketching or shopping for colorful sunglasses.