Angelica is an independent filmmaker and archivista (=activist archivist). Her research focuses on feminist digital film production, processes, practices, and methods, as sites of power, resistance, and pedagogy. She is particularly interested in the ways feminists participate in cultural production through community-building and social movement work, and how collaborative film production can serve the goals of these movements. She works as lead multimedia producer at the National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning at the University of Washington, where she and her team produce educational videos, animations, and other visuals for Head Start teacher training. Angelica has taught courses at the University of Washington in Video Production, Post-Production Techniques, Women Who Rock Oral History Production, and Transnational Media Methods in study abroad courses in South Africa and Brazil. She has served on the Women Who Rock Collective since 2011: organizing the annual Women Who Rock unConference, curating the annual Women Who Rock Film Festival, building the Women Who Rock Archive, documenting local music scenes, and teaching students video production and photography. Angelica is co-director, cinematographer, and editor of "Masizakhe: Building Each Other" (2007) a film that highlights cultural activists in the Nelson Mandela Metro of the Eastern Cape of South Africa, and co-director, cinematographer and editor of De Baixo Para Cima - From the Bottom Up (2015), a documentary that follows the life work of leading activists in the town of Araçuaí, Brazil.