Pablo Castrillón is a multidisciplinary artist whose work spans visual arts, filmmaking, and writing. Born in Colombia and currently residing in Australia, he draws inspiration from his Latin American heritage, particularly the cultural nuances of his upbringing.
Pablo holds a bachelor's degree in Film and TV Production and a postgraduate certificate in Creative Business from the University of Canberra. In 2022 he was a recipient of the Emerging Content Creators Inclusion Initiative Scholarship from NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers) and also selected to attend the workshop Write Intensive for TV from Screenworks.
His short documentary, 'Beats of Colours,' about Tango and Latin-American Classical music, earned two nominations for the Antenna Awards in 2023. The film was funded by the Community Broadcasting Foundation, and was produced in 2022 in partnership with Cinespace Inc and Ver Mas Media. 
Ver Mas was founded by Pablo in 2018 with the mission to foster and mentor screen careers for people from a Latin background. The company has produced content and collaborated with brands including Brisbane Marketing, Palace Cinemas and Woodford Folk Festival. 
After seven years of exploration in canvas and digital illustration, Pablo has crafted a series of artworks that blend spirituality, Indigenous influences, and the matriarchal essence of his background. This culmination is showcased in his debut collection: 'Amasangas'.
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