• Arabella DeLucco

    Artist, Storyteller, Social Entrepreneur

  • About Me

    A work in progress is progress.

    I'm an artist, storyteller, and social entrepreneur based in San Francisco. At the age of five, I immigrated to the United States from the Philippines. After graduating from Rutgers University, I worked as a journalist at a daily newspaper. During this time, I fell in love with telling people's stories. After leaving the print industry, I began producing my own mobile video and live webcasts. I've interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs, celebrities and influencers including Richard Branson and Tia Carrere. Now, I am the founder and CEO of, WeXL.org, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that connects an emerging workforce of storytellers, engineers, and artists from underrepresented communities to mentors, and together, they use creativity and innovation to purposefully excel in the global economy. For fun, I'm an oil painter, which I livestream on Twitch.tv. I love living in San Francisco with my husband, Michael.

  • On-Camera

    Acting, Hosting, and Live-streaming

    On-Camera Demo Reel 2019

    A sampling of my on-camera work with a clip from DoomsDate, a monologue from Rome and Juliet, snippets from WeXL's REPRESENT television show, and my livestream show Art By Arabella.

    Micro-Short: Devotion

    "Devotion" is a micro-film about a woman who breaks her fast thanks to the recipe book, FIFTY SHADES OF CHICKEN. Directed by Arabella DeLucco.

  • Behind-The-Camera

    Narrative Concept and Experimental Films

    Mood Teaser: Immaculate Heart

    This is a mood teaser I created and directed for a narrative feature film that is currently in development.

    Experimental Film: Intergalactic Kate

    An experimental film portrait starring Kate Sachen. Directed by Arabella DeLucco.

    Experimental Film: Intergalactic Kate

    A recut of my experimental film shot and edited on an iPhone. Edited on the free app Splice. I placed my iPhone in a SEAWAG waterproof case that cost me $30 at the resort. This re-edit done thanks to some suggested revisions by my experimental film class at City College of San Francisco, taught by the esteemed instructor, John Carlson.

    Experimental Film: The Feminine Continuum

    An experimental film using found footage from archive.org. I'm planning on doing another version with some original footage. Music by Moby from mobygratis.com

  • Contact Me

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  • Social Delights

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