Vee Bravo is a New York native by way of Chile who has documented hip hop, youth culture and politics for the past 25 years. During that time span he co-founded Stress Magazine and launched a series of music, media and film production initiatives across public schools. As a filmmaker Bravo co-produced, with Loira Limbal, the PBS documentary Estilo Hip Hop  which chronicles the rise of hip hop activism across Latin America. In 2009 he was hired by the late Albert Maysles to launch the Education Department at the Maysles Documentary Center. From 2011-2018, Bravo served as Vice President Education at Tribeca Film Institute. Here, Bravo spearheaded a vast array of filmmaking and social impact programs that reached an excess of 30,000 students in public schools and prisons across the nation. In addition, Bravo has served as a story consultant to George Lucas and Oprah Winfrey. Bravo is currently producing and directing PRIMERA, a feature length documentary about present-day social uprising in Chile.