Marie-Espérance Cerda is a multidisciplinary video creator from Montréal, Québec. She most recently worked as an editor and producer at prominent news organizations such as The Canadian Press and HuffPost in Toronto, Canada. Her current work is focused on expirimenting with video forms and using motion graphics to tell stories.



Du Sud (Zine), massif.collab, 2017
Food Court (Design Collective), 2017
Conversation (Installation), massif.collab, 2017
Trampoline Hall (Lectures Series), 2016 
TMZ (Ryerson University), 2016

Prix / Awards:

National Newspaper Award (NNA) 2018
Coverage of the Humboldt bus crash, The Canadian Press Team
nextMEDIA Digi Award 2015
May Day: An Immersive View of a Montreal Protest
Prix de l'INA et l’Office National du Film, Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels (FIPA) 2012
Montréal revisité