Verónica Moscoso is an award-winning filmmaker, author and journalist.
She thinks of herself as storyteller who likes using different media to tell fiction and non-fiction stories.
Verónica’s work is versatile. She is the published author of two books of short stories, Historias con sabor a sueño (Dream Flavored Stories) in 2001 and Los ojos de Carmen (The Eyes of Carmen) in 2005.
She also produced radio features, documentaries and live radio shows for La Raza Chronicles and Full Circle at KPFA in Berkeley, CA.
She’s the author of various published articles both in English and Spanish, photographs and multimedia features and videos.
In 2011 Verónica earned a masters degree from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Her master’s thesis is A Wild Idea, a short documentary film that screened in more than 30 film festivals around the world and received eight awards.
Verónica was born and grew up in Ecuador. She also lived and traveled in the Middle East and in South East Asia. Now, she is settled in the San Francisco Bay Area together with her husband and daughter.
This website is meant to showcase some of her work.