Natalia Rocafuerte is a graphic artist and video editor rendering dreams through graphics, installations, films, and print.
Rocafuerte has worked with museums, nonprofits, festivals and brands creating vibrant and exciting graphics, websites, illustration, videos and installations. Most notably Natalia has created commissioned and freelance work for Chulita Vinyl Club, HBO, Giphy, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Wide Awake Creative, United We Dream, Mexic-Arte Museum, Future Traditions Festival, Austin Contemporary and the Automotive Hall of Fame.
Rocafuerte’s recent installation film “Dream of Emma and Tony” was featured and won best “Michigan Filmmaker” at the 59th Ann Arbor Film Festival. Rocafuerte was also featured in Remezcla for "Top 40 Latinx Texas Artists to Know in 2020". Natalia Rocafuerte's studio practice explores using technology as mediums of psychological reflections, immigration, duality, and borders. She grew up on both sides of the Rio Grande Border in Tamaulipas and Texas and became a naturalized US citizen in 2019. Rocafuerte is received her Master of Fine Arts at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor as a Rackham Fellow.