Antonio López's goal as an educator, journalist, media producer and speaker is to bridge worlds—mental, cultural, physical and spiritual . López is an expert on media, culture, Native American and Latino issues. López was a content provider for a groundbreaking Spanish language media and health CDROM produced by the New Mexico Media Literacy Project, Medios y Remedios. Currently he is a nationally syndicated editorial writer for the Progressive Media Project's Latino Voices series. He teaches and trains instructors in outreach, media production and media literacy, specializing in rural communities. He's written for LA Weekly, Frontera, Hispanic Magazine, Urban Latino, Southwest Art, El Andar, In These Times, New Mexico Magazine, Native Peoples, Tricycle and Punk Planet. He was a staff arts writer for Santa Fe's daily newspaper, The New Mexican and the Albuquerque Journal. He received professional training at the Center for Investigative Reporting in San Francisco, and earned his BA in Peace and Conflict Studies at UC Berkeley and MA in Media Studies at the New School University. His artistic collaborations include the multimedia outfit, My Country of Illusion (www.mycountryofillusion.com). His radio art pieces and experimental video have been featured at numerous festivals.