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Julia D.

New York, NY, USA

$300 - $600 / Day

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Top Services

  • Digital Content Creator

  • Production Company

  • Social Media Producer



  • 4K video camera
  • DSLR or equivalent
  • GoPro or equivalent
  • Drone
  • Multiple cameras


  • External recorder
  • Wireless lavalier mic
  • Shotgun mic


  • Stabilizer

About Julia

Julia de Guzman is a Multimedia Content Producer with a special focus on urban nature, wildlife, & conservation. She began her career at HBO Documentary Films, and her work has appeared on Showtime, HBO, NHK, Frontline, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. Her clients include, among others, the National Park Service, the Fund for the City of New York, Women’s March, Whalebone Magazine, Ford Foundation, the National Park Foundation, Bunim/Murray Productions, and the Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy.

Top Projects

  • The Marsh Islands of Jamaica Bay

    • Digital Content Creator

    Marsh Islands are the heart and soul of Jamaica Bay and New York City. These islands provide food and habitat for more than 300 species of birds, 100 species of fish, and a multitude of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. They protect us from storms and extreme weather and give millions of New Yorkers the opportunity to explore and recreate right here in our backyard, but for decades now they’ve been on the decline. Wildlife researcher, Nakia Wilson from the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, and Jamaica Bay Guardian Don Riepe from the American Littoral Society take us out on the marshes to explore why they’re important, how they’re being threatened, and the ways New Yorkers have been coming together to help protect and restores these incredible islands.

  • Whalebone x Fairharbor: What's the Rush

    • Digital Content Creator

    The team here at Whalebone met up with our pals at Fair Harbor to create this nice little video about Montauk in the summer to share with you folks to encourage you to take it easy and enjoy the little things. Specifically, the little things in Montauk where everyone takes their time and they spend the days how they please. What’s the rush?

  • Marine Debris in Jamaica Bay and the Rockaways

    • Digital Content Creator

    Marine Debris is any man made object in the marine environment--everything from plastic bags to fishing line to abandoned boats. Worldwide, marine debris kills over 100,000 marine mammals and 1,000,000 seabirds every single year and here in Jamaica Bay & the Rockaways, it’s a serious problem. Science Writer Erica Cirino, Rockaway Beach Civic Association President Bridget Klapinski, and Jamaica Bay Program Manager Alexandra Kanonik from the American Littoral Society show us why marine debris is a problem, where it’s coming from, and what we can do to help keep our waterways clean and our neighbors safe.

All Services


  • Production Company
  • Social Media Producer

Production Support

  • Digital Content Creator
  • Documentary DP


  • Video Editor - Documentary

Julia's Clients

  • Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy

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