Three Chord Media


Faith Radle






Producer, Making Viva Max (one-hour, HD video, in production)

Documentary for Public Television. Funded by Latino Public Broadcasting.

Manager, Three Chord Media

Manager for nationally recognized band, Girl in a Coma.

Executive Producer, “The Chicas Project” (26 episodes, 2008-09)

Creative producer for 2 seasons of Mun2 cable series. Nominated for a 2009 Imagen Award.

Line Producer, NOVA: Cracking the Maya Code/Breaking the Maya Code (2007)

Documentary produced by Night Fire Films for PBS.

Producer, “Jammin’” (46 min., Video, 2006)

Sole producer on pilot episode of docu/reality series for cable network SíTV.

Producer, “Viernes Girl” (7 min., 16mm, 2005), HBO

Producer of award-winning script. Acquired and broadcast by HBO/HBO Latino/Cinemax.

Associate Producer/Editor, “Cinco de Mayo” (48 min., Video, 2004)

One-hour documentary produced by Galan Productions for The History Channel.

Editor, “Visiones: Latino Art and Culture” (series, Video, 2004)

Editor for a six-part series produced by Galan Productions and broadcast on PBS.

Producer, Speeder Kills (84 min., Digital Video/S8/16mm, 2003)

Feature movie, filmed in San Antonio received a national cable broadcast on SíTV.

Post-Production Supervisor, Voices from Texas (56 min., Video, 2002)

One hour independent documentary was broadcast on public television.


Associate Producer, Come and Take It Day (56 min., Digital Video, 2001)

Scripted, narrative starring Jacob Vargas and Jesse Borrego was broadcast on PBS.

Production Supervisor, Various Fine Art Videos and Installations, 2000-2003

Fine art video pieces and installations have screened in the U.S., Mexico and Europe.

Board of Directors, San Anto Cultural Arts, San Antonio, Texas, 1996-2000

Founding board member for this non-profit community arts organization.


2000    Our Lady of the Lake University, M.Ed., San Antonio, TX

                    Curriculum and Instruction, Secondary Math Education

1996    Brown University, B.A., Providence, RI

           Concentration in History, University President’s Scholar


Fluent Spanish