Isaac Hernández Herrero brings 25 years of journalism experience into a rediscovered love for filmmaking, creating intimate films that support non-profit organizations in their mission. Isaac is not only a remarkable storyteller, but also has a gift to make people feel at ease in front of the camera, which translates into intimate moving videos that honestly communicate the organization’s mission. Among Isaac’s film clients are Transition House, Council for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, United Way, Pacific Pride Foundation, The Dream Foundation, Tri-Counties Resource Center and New Century Foundation. He’s also the exclusive videographer for Merryl Brown Events.
He started producing and directing video at 15 in his natal Spain.
At 22, he earned a BA from Brooks Institute working in film and journalism.
His documentary photographs of gay families in San Francisco jump started a conversation that ended up with marriage equality in Spain.
He’s written four plays in collaboration with children, directing three of them.
His photographs, videos and stories have been published in over three hundred print and online magazines and newspapers around the world, from Cosmopolitan and National Geographic Traveler to ESPN and The Wall Street Journal.
He speaks fluent English and Spanish, plus Italian and Portuguese.