Raised by Cuban and Argentinean parents, Rhonda left Miami for University of Michigan to pursue an education in the arts and later moved to New York to work in film. Rhonda Mitrani began her career working for Miramax Films until she started editing for independent films and television. After years of learning the craft of telling a story through film editing motion picture, Rhonda made her first documentary, Cuba Mia, which brought her to Miami. The film premiered at the Miami International Film Festival in 2002 and broadcast on PBS. In Miami, Rhonda worked as an editor for MTV Latino and it was during that time, that she crossed over and started to explore video art. Since then, Rhonda’s work has shown at Dot Fifty Once Gallery, Wynwood Art Fair, The Girl’s Club, Ft Lauderdale among others and she is preparing for a solo show with RPM Project at the Boca Museum. Rhonda also recently finished a short fiction film called SuperMarket available online at Film Shortage. Rhonda continues to focus her work on telling socially conscious and inspiring visual stories as both a video artist and filmmaker. She is currently writing a feature film loosely based on a true story about Cuban immigrants. Rhonda currently lives in Miami with her husband and two children.