director • editor • producer • writer • photographer
 

An Introduction...


Arianna Garcia is a multimedia creative based in Los Angeles, California. She is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where she received her B.F.A. in Film & Television Production. Currently, Arianna is working as a freelance BTS photographer, editor, and production assistant for KINGREXX PRODUCTIONS, and is the Co-Founder of PUDDING CUP PICTURES, the first USC student-run production company dedicated to producing animated shorts and series.

While at USC, Arianna completed her junior thesis short, "MEMENTO MORI," winner of 'BEST SHORT FILM' at the Hollywood First-Time Filmmaker Showcase and a 'BEST EMERGING ARTIST' Nominee at the Picture's Up! Film Festival. No stranger to being on set, Arianna has since worked at INTERSCOPE RECORDS, where she filled the roles of production coordinator, assistant, and videographer, and edited videos for several high-profile artists (Olivia Rodrigo, Glaive, Alexander 23), accumulating upwards of 1M total views on her work. She notably served as a production assistant on LITTLE DEATH, a SUNDANCE 2024 official selection produced by Darren Aronofsky.


From a very early age, Arianna has demonstrated an extraordinary ability as a writer. During her sophomore year, her talent was recognized by A24 when she was selected from a highly competitive pool of thousands of applicants to intern with their TV Development Department. Most recently, Arianna penned an essay entitled LOVE IS WATCHING SOMEONE DIE that was selected by Seth & Lauren Miller Rogen to win HFC’s national Humans of Dementia competition. During the 2022-2023 academic year, she was the sole recipient of USC’s prestigious Jack Oakie Award for Merit in Sketch Comedy.

In the future, Arianna envisions herself working within the realm of creative production and contributing to the creation of boundary-pushing visual assets.