OAP is an award-winning, critically acclaimed design and production studio based in NYC/MIA/LA. Founded by visionary artist and filmmaker Omar Acosta, OAP has established itself as a leader in the entertainment industry, pushing the boundaries of creativity and innovation. With a network of talented designers, animators, and producers, OAP has created acclaimed and influential projects in recent years, including the film Stretch And Bobbito: Radio That Saved Lives, which had its broadcast premiere on Showtime and then became an instant classic on Netflix. His sophomore effort was the NY Times’ “Critics’ Pick” documentary Rock Rubber 45s, which was an official selection at the Smithsonian’s debut African American Film Festival in 2018. Mixtape (2022) is Acosta's directorial debut. The film deals with the creation, rise, and significance of the cultural phenomenon known as the mixtape. Premiering at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival, it is already being recognized as a classic. In addition to its work in film, advertising and design, OAP is also known for its cultural contributions, collaborating with leading artists and institutions to explore new frontiers in art and media. With a strong commitment to excellence and a passion for storytelling, OAP continues to shape the future of culture and entertainment.

Currently, Omar Acosta is directing a documentary for Universal about the rise of Reggaeton, with Daddy Yankee as the executive producer as well as featured interviewee.