About Me: The Founder of De Los Santos Production

I started this blog after my basic production professor, Meg Knowels, told me that it would be a good idea to develop a blog, to use as a social media supplement to my resume. I agreed. I decided that a blog would be an ideal instrument for tracking, showcasing, and reflecting upon my growth in media production work. This is my media production journal. Here's my work thus far.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012 0 comments

DE LOS SANTOS PRODUCTIONS is named after my mother, Nilda de los Santos. The last name de los Santos means of the saints. I thought it would be a great name for my blog.



After I declared media production my major at Buffalo State College, I found it difficult to settle on a specialty in the field. EVERYTHING INTERESTED ME!

On this blog, I post all my work in radio broadcasting, television production, film documentary, and social media in the attempt to show the work I have done and eventually discover my career focus. 

By the way, the female in the photograph is not me. I just liked the image of a strong media woman.

Children's Defense Fund Campaign

Monday, September 19, 2011 0 comments

For my Post Production class I had to make a video using still images with a 30 second music piece. I decided to focus on the Children’s Defense Fund/Cradle to Prison Pipeline Campaign. I worked with them as a junior intern in their Freedom Schools program. The Children’s Defense Fund advocates for the education of all children in America.  This is a cause dear to my heart, therefore, I have written several commercials for this organization.

Black Orpheus: Title Sequence

Sunday, September 18, 2011 0 comments

For my Post Production class we had to recreate a movie title sequence. I chose the movie, Black Orpheus, and used and recreated one of my favorite scenes in the film. The music is great and the scene is symbolic of a new beginning in the city of Rio de Janeiro.  I used photographs that gradually lead to the actual clip from the film. I hope you enjoy watching this video!

Recreating a Commerical: Class Project

Saturday, September 17, 2011 0 comments


I re-created an ipod commercial and added little effects. I took clips from some of my favorite dance scenes on film and included them in this video. I also changed the background of the commercial from black to some funky color. I had a fun time making this video. Enjoy it. I had a lot of fun putting in dance scenes from my favorite movies.

The Hidden Treasures of Buffalo: Buffalo ReUse

Wednesday, July 28, 2010 0 comments

SuperSIZED: Young female's story post gastric by-pass surgery.