Grecia is a Mexican-American director with a focus on exploring human connection and identity. Originally from Chicago, she packed her bags and moved to New York City in 2015. There, she worked as an Office PA for the Apple TV+ original series Dickinson S2, and on several productions as a script supervisor: Clams Casino, What She Said, and most notably, Ask For Jane. Back in Chicago, she has been steadily adding to her ten years of filmmaking experience working on the tv show Power Book IV: Force S2, the award-winning film Departing Seniors, and many others in between.
Her extensive directing work includes a short, Brooklyn Streets that won Best Narrative at the 3-Minute Santa Barbara Film Festival. Her short Portrait of a Young Woman, screened at several film festivals including the official Latino Short Film Festival and was broadcast nationwide through BronxNet.TV. But her pride and joy, Something Like Intimacy, went on to screen at several film festivals and events including the Midwest Film Festival. There, it was nominated for best Costume Design and best Production Design. The film was acquired by Open Television, an award-winning nonprofit platform for intersectional television with the artist's creative vision at the center.
On the side, Grecia likes directing music videos to hone her directing skills and creating fun social videos to hone her editing and writing skills. Afterall, the great thing about being an artist is that work feels more like play.