After having studied Communications at the University of Puerto Rico, Luis Enrique worked as a production coordinator and producer. After some years he took a turn towards the creative side by working as an editor and director with a few local production houses and is now one of the most sought after directors on the island.  His specialty is light humor, which accurately reflectshis own unique wit and draws on years of family antics for inspiration.  Enrique has worked with the most prestigious agencies (Leo Burnett, Saatchi, Ogilvy, Draft...) and his clients include AT&T, Jeep, Nissan, Chrysler, Hyundai, and Suzuki.   His first feature film "Por Amor en el Caserío” was released theatrically in September 2013.  It finished as the year’s best seller and was a favorite of the Chicago International Film Fest.  He recently released his second feature “Dos Caminos” and is preparing for a third feature to be produced in 2017.


Marc is a creative video producer and songwriter who makes content for happy kids and off-kilter adults. He specializes in quirky comedy, verité documentary and writing catchy songs.  He's a trained screenwriter having written for networks like Nickelodeon Studios, NBC Universal "Sprout" and BabyFirst TV. He's also an award winning documentary filmmaker with an eye for quirky characters and subcultures that yield incredible human stories. 

Xandy Smith

Xandy has consistently been making movies since the age of four. An NYU Tisch graduate, he's worked with several major networks, from HBO to ESPN, and many talented actors, notably Nelson Ellis (True Blood) and Harry Lennix (The Blacklist). In commercials, he’s helmed spots for Verizon and Yale New-Haven, and in music videos, he’s directed everything from chart-topping rock to Grammy-nominated hip-hop. Meanwhile, his many years spent with highly regarded acting coaches have fortified his craft as a true actor’s director, and it shows in all his work.

Mike Moghaddam

Mike Moghaddam has known he wanted to be a DP since he was a teenager.  He began shooting in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia when he was 18 years old.  Mike's work on a wide range of commercials for American household names such as Coors Light, Del Taco, Google, Fox Sports, and UFC garnered him 2 Emmy nominations. His music videos range from icons of rock and roll to top hip hop starsgroups.  Mike has lived in LA for over a decade and is a member of Local 600.


Fathie has served as DP and Editor for such clients as The History Channel, A&E, PBS and over 100 network, corporate and commercial clients including 2 Academy Award and Peabody Award winning Directors.   For the past 10 years - he has worked as a Producer on films about a wide range of subjects - from illegal whaling in Iceland to the partition of India/Pakistan to numerous nationally aired commercial spots, web-based series, event promos and mini-docs. As founder of Viceroy, he continues to wear (and enjoy) many hats on both the creative and business sides.  Fathie graduated form UC Berkeley with a B.A. in cultural Anthropology (elected Phi Beta Kappa).  As one of only 50 US Jacob Javits Fellows selected across the nation, he pursued an MFA at UCLA’s School of Film and Television.  His thesis film, "Still Point", was nominated for a regional Student Academy Award and selected for screening at Cinefest Experimental/Madrid. 


In association with Hello World Communications we offer VR and AR production and post production services.   Ron’s initial IBM VR projects garnered over one million hits.  That project was followed by successful VR projects for Mohegan Sun, Samsung and the United Nations.