Lost Angeles: How This Genderqueer POC Artist is Creating Change

December 14, 2022

A graduate of California State University, Los Angeles, with a BA in Film and a Minor in Social Media Marketing, Alfredo Hernández is a writer, director, and producer who has long been a champion for diversity and accessibility in Hollywood. Well-versed on and off set, he has completed the 2018 OutFest Fellowship program, the 2020 CBS Pipeline Challenge, the 2021 Creative Futures Fellowship program, and is a founder for the writers’ group The LatinXorcists. He occasionally writes and creates content for Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation subsidiary, Channel Kindness, and was most recently a Writers’ Assistant for Netflix’s Selena: The Series and Narcos: Mexico. 

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Lost Angeles is a Mexican genderqueer artist and musician who works to “make change in the name of progress, in the name of love, and in the name of people who don’t have the opportunities that I have.”

Their important message to youth: “Queer POC voices matter.”

Check out the video below to learn more about Lost Angeles’ thoughts on kindness, music, and representation:

(Video created by – and courtesy of – Alfredo Hernandez.)

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