Armando Guerra is a filmmaker born in Cuba and currently based in Spain.

He is also a volcano lover, hammock enthusiast and tirelessly submits to The New Yorker’s caption competition without ever winning. At times, when the weather has been right, he has worked for Radio Havana Cuba, CNN, CBC, NPR, Punt2 and has consulted for the United Nations.

He currently travels through Latin America as a producer for CCTV America and co-owns a studio in Valencia, Spain, from where he continues to hate mayonnaise.