Nicole Castillo (Co-Director, Cinematographer) is a producer and filmmaker with a passion for social justice. She was the VP of Community Outreach for the University of Georgia chapter of Habitat for Humanity. A fluent Spanish speaker, she got her start working as a television journalist for Univision in Atlanta. From there she moved to Aero Film, a film production company just outside Hollywood, where she helped develop reality television programs with the creator of Survivor and helped film and produce the high-octane sci-fi thriller DRONE. She's fresh off a stint as a 2nd AC for the feature film Treehouse. She is currently co-director and cinematographer for the the upcoming documentary feature film The Blue Ribbon: ME/CFS and the Future of Medicine.