Guillermo Barreira studied the degree in Media and Communications at the University Cardenal Herrera or Valencia (Spain); he studied his last semester abroad at the Malmö Högskola, Sweden, where he made a final thesis documentary around the topic of the cultural contrasts of the city of Malmö. Later he studied the semester course Writing for Comedy at the School of Film and Audiovisuals of Madrid (Ecam). He went to New York in 2006 to study 1 Year Filmmaking. Later, in 2010, he studied a Master in Fine Arts in Visual Arts and Multimedia at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) After his first studies, he worked in entry level in film and TV companies in Spain and New York, and made numerous short films that took place in different film festivals, the most rewarded of which was “Burking”. In the meantime he worked portrait photography and vide art and his his art exposes in different art galleries, being a resident artist at the gallery Art Nobel in Barcelona. In 2010 he opened the production company Codebreaker Productions in New York City. With this company he catered with equipment and crew numerous film, fashion, commercial, and music video productions. He was also producer for several short films, including “Ways” and “Chromosome 4”. He worked as Cinematographer in several productions, including feature films “Cries of the Unborn” and “Nectar”. In 2016 he premiered at the Chelsea Film Festival his first feature film as Director, “The invisible worm” with production company Cosmos Entertainment. He also worked as Cinematographer in this film. At this moment, his last feature film, a comedy shot in Spain, “Edgar”, is currently in post production and was produced with his Spanish production company Vit Katt Producciones.