After spending 10 years working for an Engineering Company as telecommunications engineer David decided to quit his job and create a profession in accordance to his passions and his talents. He became educational journalist with the aim of helping people and schools telling their stories of change through video storytelling. Since that he has also developed as teacher in innovative education as a way of sharing the knowledge he gets while on the road. As a self-taught freelance filmmaker he is pursuing his dream of producing his first feature length documentary. He is the content curator of the contents you can see in the project website. David leads the research for the documentary and is also in charge of the direction of the film.
Born in Bilbao (Basque Country) Amaia is an accomplished freelance photographer, graphic designer and traveler who has developed her entire career in the field of social photography working mostly with families and kids. She has a special sensitivity to portray people naturally and spontaneously. She has also developed in the last few years as videographer in projects with humanitarian purposes. She is the camerawoman of Searching for Superman and is also in charge of the Photography of the film and the entire image of the project.
An American living in Bologna, Italy, Jacqueline is a recent university graduate chasing exciting innovative ways to increase access to education as a way to improve the wellbeing of individuals, families, and societies. She studied Sociology at Florida State University before moving to Italy and beginning her career as an English language teacher. Passionate about practices promoting equity and sustainability, her background includes experience in research for social innovation projects and years of volunteering with children of all ages and cultures. Jacqueline supports David and Amaia in research and content creation for the documentary.