Angela Guerra Walley is a storyteller and advocate of the creative community in San Antonio, the city where she was born and raised and resides with her husband and 18 year collaborator, Mark Lee Walley. Angela is a Producer and Co-Founder of Walley Films, an independent production studio focusing on documentation of the visual and performing arts in San Antonio and throughout Texas.
Angela has produced short documentary film series for Glasstire.com, Rice Gallery, Southwest School of Art, Artpace San Antonio, and Moody Center for the Arts and her clients have included Art 21, Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio Museum of Art, and McNay Art Museum. Walley Films’ short documentary films have screened at Rice University Art Gallery, Houston; Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts; Aicon Gallery, New York; Kunsthaus Stade, Germany; and NUS Museum, Singapore. In 2018 her feature-length documentary directorial debut, Tía Chuck: A Portrait of Chuck Ramirez, won Jury Prize Best San Antonio Filmmaker at the San Antonio Film Festival.