Tafari Gonzalez-Aird will graduate in 2013 from California State University, Fullerton, with a bachelor’s degree in Radio-TV-Film. He also earned an associate’s degree in Liberal Studies from Los Angeles Valley College.

During his pursuit of higher education, Gonzalez-Aird managed to produced three short documentaries, one of which was accepted and screened at the Newport Beach Film Festival. His reputation sparked the interest of Professor Jeffery Brody, who ultimately offered Gonzalez-Aird the opportunity to travel to Vietnam with a group of talented broadcasters, journalists,and photographers.

After accepting, Gonzalez-Aird became part of a truly life-changing experience that allowed him to grow personally and professionally. He produced a short
documentary covering the entire experience which was screened during the Project Vietnam presentation at CSUF.

His plans are to continue developing his storytelling skills with hopes to eventually write and direct Hollywood feature films.

Tafari's works:

  • Project Vietnam 2013
    A documentary film showcasing the highlights of the Comm. 438T classes' experience on their Spring medical mission.