Luis Eduardo Juarez is an Award-Winning filmmaker, who has demonstrated his natural abilities from a young age as a musician, actor, painter and designer. In 1994 he founded LEJW Productions, which produced and recorded several Guatemalan rock bands. In 2001 he moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue his dream of becoming a filmmaker and subsequently studied his craft religiously and freelanced in the industry whenever he had a chance. During that same period he founded his business Media-7, a Multimedia Design Studio that allowed him to expand his talents as a Web & Multimedia Designer, Creative Director and Video Producer. In 2008 he graduated from the New York Film Academy with great reviews on his thesis "Finding A Place" which he wrote, produced, shot, directed and edited by himself, winning an "Award of Merit for best Student Production" in the Accolade International Film Festival for his outstanding production. In 2009 he founded "Indiefone Film Fest" a cutting-edge video contest that invites filmmakers to use their creativity to the fullest by shooting a video project entirely on iPhones. In 2016 he wrote, produced and directed "Scratch The Fate" a full-length movie shot, edited, and scored entirely with an iPhone 6s; the first ever of its kind. To this day Luis Juarez also has produced and directed many award-winning music videos that have reach millions of views on YouTube.