Adriana Gallegos started her career in broadcast journalism as a TV reporter in Texas, covering stories about border security and immigration. She later reported on issues affecting youth and education for other media outlets. After her reporting days, she worked in communication, government affairs, events management, digital marketing, video production, and public affairs. She has worked at many large multinational companies and organizations to effectively communicate their key messages to diverse target audiences. After twenty years of working in communication and journalism, she has taken a leap of faith to start a new career in film/screenwriting. She has always been a storyteller, but she's now decided to take her many stories to the big screen.
"Where the pomegranate tree grows" (feature film)
An aimless fearful middle-aged woman leaves her toxic family and husband without having the child she so desired. She embarks on a journey to find the love she never had, hoping life gives her a second chance.