Tahiel Jimenez Medina is a Colombian first-generation immigrant, cinematographer, and director. His passion is to create soulful films that become a catalyst for transformative and restorative change. He tells stories in dedication to migrant mamas. Most recently, his work focuses on the representation of immigrant and Colombian culture through a spiritual and personal lens. Recent projects and collaborations received The Next Step Grant, The Jerome Film and Media Grant, The Artist Initiative Grant, and The New Angle SPNN Fellowship. His work screens in national and international film festivals including Oaxaca International Film Festival, Tacoma Film Festival as well as local parking lots for the community to gather and imagine new worlds.