Juan A Mas is a Producer and Director in Film Television and Theater. In the last twenty-five years, he has produced in theater and film in Spokane, Los Angeles, and internationally in several Eastern European countries. Locally he has directed and helped produce theater for Spokane stages while also being a director for SYFY Channel television show Z Nation that was shot here in Spokane.
He also is an active art community organizer at the city level and the state level. He regularly is a guest speaker at local schools and colleges as he shares his experiences of working in the performing arts. Juan is a co-founder of the 50 Hour Slam Film Festival, Spokane Film Project, and Spokane Theater Arts Council. He is an organizer for One Heart Native Arts and Film Festival and the Music Video Jams. He has served on Washington Filmworks’ board and was a Spokane Arts Commissioner. Presently he is on the advisory board for District 81 and Mead CTE programs, Spokane Falls Photography and Video Department and on the board of WHiPSmart, a new statewide chamber of commerce focusing on the creative economy. What he enjoys is being part of programs that allow people from different disciplines to collaborate and create together. Programs that focus on new emerging artists and helping the artistic voice of the Spokane region to be a better representation of our diverse community.
Most of all he is proud of being a dad of 3 amazing children.