Things That Matter_CD


This is what we used to call a compact disc, the only physical proof of a soundtrack I made with my sister and other friends back in 2007 for a theater play called ‘El sonido de los días perdidos’, written/directed by Rojo Robles and presented in Puerto Rico. The cover image is a serigraph made by my sister Rebecca Adorno and the case was designed/made between family. I’m not 100% sure, but I think this might have been the very first time that a full soundtrack was created for a fully independent theater production in the island. This eventually morphed into a medium format film that our friends started shooting this Summer and will be showing by mid-2015 in New York, and hopefully the rest of the world. The mastermind behind a decade of ideas is Rojo Robles and if you like to know more about this super long-term project, you can go to

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Yes, it's true. I'm italian. Just italian, no mix. At least, that would be an explanation. Should I say the words?
Mariqueen, the mannequin: she is the model during my film lighting tests.