Find a Union Writer – George Del Barrio

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George
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Del Barrio
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About
As a New York native & all-media creative producer versed in photographic physics, my practice is concentrated on archetype expansion through immersive, flawless technical execution. A resolute, humanistic aesthetic informs each site-specific design; every curatorial invention & client deliverable is in search of duende.

Born 1976 Queens, NY; Founder, Creative Director × Executive Producer The Vanderbilt Republic (2008) + MIDHEAVEN Network (2020).
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Work Sample 1 Description
“Dark Night of the Soul” is an annual festival of art, music and crucial conversations to explore and understand the shadow, where all possibility (including rebirth) originates.

Roles: Livestream Broadcast Director, Program Copywriter, Advertising/Design Director, Network Creative Director.
Work Sample 2 Description
Queer|Art|Mentorship Film Fellow Brian Gonzalez shares a video experience inspired by the supernatural world of his upcoming feature film, “Those Who Didn't Run”, set in 1941 on a farm along the Texas/Mexico border.

Illustrated as an ongoing visual study titled “Invisible Violence”, the work becomes a visual requiem for the Mexican farm workers who were burned alive or wounded in the routine gasoline baths mandated by American immigration policy at the Mexican-American border a century ago, as the slur of “illegal” immigration was birthing.

Roles: Livestream Broadcast Director, Program Copywriter, Advertising/Design Director, Network Creative Director.
Work Sample 3 Description
October 12th 2020 marks 528 years since Columbus first arrived on the American continent and sparked half a millennium of genocide, denial of human rights, theft and desecration of sacred land, and destruction of the natural environment. This day has been reclaimed as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the United States, raising awareness of the continued oppression of Native and Indigenous peoples in the continent, and celebrating their contributions to society and the world.

To celebrate US Indigenous Peoples’ Day in this webinar we have invited members of Indigenous Communities from around the world to talk about work as frontline defenders against climate change and the central importance of indigenous knowledge of land management in the fight to limit its effects.

Roles: Livestream Broadcast Director, Program Copywriter, Advertising/Design Director, Network Creative Director.