I am Nina Vallado. I have a BFA in Documentary Film from Andrews University. I strive to tell stories that evoke empathy and connection from my audiences. I believe that storytelling is the world’s greatest tool for change.
I am based in SW Washington and freelancing as video editor, podcast producer, and film teacher. My current projects include a podcast breaking down the large infrastructures of a church to bring clarity, context and transparency to people.
When I'm not editing, writing, filming and working, you can find me bingeing British crime dramas or searching for tasty treats at a local bakery.
Awards & Nominations
Boston Short Film Festival 2017
Sisterly won "Best Documentary Short Film" for the Boston Short Film Festival in 2017.
DOCLA Film Festival 2017
Sisterly won Silver for the Best Student Film in the DOCLA Film Festival in 2017.
Sisterly won best short film at the Autism Society of America's AutFest in 2018.
FIDÉ • Festival International du Documentaire Étudiant 2018
Sisterly was selected to the FIDÉ • Festival International du Documentaire Étudiant in Paris, France.