Gerro Villanueva is a writer, director, actor, editor, camera man and storyboard artist. He graduated from San Francisco State University with a BA in Cinema Studies in 2005 and has been with Asian Mainstream Productions for over a year. During that time he has helped with many of the group's projects as an editor, camera man, and actor. For the live theater productions, Gerro has helped out in making some of the stage props for “Willoughby” and “Trapped” and for the video productions, created props for the “Retreat” Music Video and “Stalker” short film.
Gerro is a native to the Bay Area and currently lives in Vallejo California and although acting has been his main elective during his middle school and high school years, he also did photography and video production, in which during that time, he won first place with a fellow student in both regional and state wide competitions in video production for the Vocation Industrial Clubs of America (VICA) competitions held every year. While at Napa Valley community college, he helped create stage sets and props for the play, “Oklahoma”.
Gerro's hobbies include weight training, volleyball, billiards, building pc's, fishing and drawing.