At the age of 10, she found an old video camera at her uncle's house, after twenty minutes of pure admiration and ecstasy due to her discovery, she forced her older brother and uncle to participate in her 10 minutes short film (obviously shot in a complex single continuous take) about her dinosaur toys becoming self-aware that they were nothing more than meaningless plastic objects meant to entertain young humans.
She never got to finish her first little masterpiece. Sofia now dictates her life to make films (and other forms of art) in order to compensate and fulfill the irrelevant void that this unfinished psychological dinosaur project left in her life at such an early age.
Monzerratt's carrier’s ultimate goal is to accurately reveal and transport fractions of her inner world onto the screen, as well as to connect to as many individuals as possible through her work. To take a dip into her audience's world and to plant a seed into their inspirations via films and art. She wants to be recognized not for who she is but for what she has to say.
After numerous projects that she has proudly worked on, she found herself hungry for a wider range of professional experience and more freedom of expression, which led her to successfully produce several of her own films in which she was simultaneously (and happily) the writer, director, director of photography, and editor.
She is driven to work on various projects such as shorts, feature films, dance films, documentaries, music videos, commercials and photography projects, as long as they offer room for creative freedom and expression. Her primary goal in every project is to create content that resonates with the audience (and with herself) not only in a superficial manner, but rather in a deeper, creative, emotional and even psychological sense.
Sofia has proudly collaborated in projects that earned recognition from highly acclaimed festivals and events around the world, including some of the few listed below.