Omar Acosta's unwavering dedication to elevating the production quality of popular culture has yielded an impressive portfolio of award-winning work. His exceptional work has earned him multiple awards and design patents, and his creations have been featured on esteemed platforms like MTV, NBC, and Netflix. Original content for clients such as Mercedes Benz have collectively amassed millions of hits and won awards such as Best Content Marketing. With a diverse clientele that includes the likes of Louis Vuitton, NFL, and Def Jam, Omar has cemented himself as a top-tier producer in the industry.

In recent years, Omar's visionary projects have captured the hearts and minds of audiences worldwide. His film Stretch And Bobbito: Radio That Saved Lives premiered on Showtime and quickly became a Netflix favorite. The NY Times' "Critics' Pick" documentary Rock Rubber 45s, which Omar produced, was a standout selection at the Smithsonian's debut African American Film Festival in 2018. Omar's directorial debut, Mixtape (2023, explores the creation, rise, and cultural significance of the mixtape phenomenon. Already hailed as a classic, the film premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival and introduced by Robert De Niro.

Beyond his contributions to film, advertising, and design, Omar is known for cultural impact. Collaborating with leading artists from A$AP Rocky to Tommy Hilfiger as well as institutions, to push the boundaries of art and media to new heights. With an unwavering commitment to excellence and a deep passion for storytelling, Omar continues to shape the future of culture and entertainment.

Currently, Omar is directing a documentary for Universal about the rise of Reggaeton, featuring Daddy Yankee as an executive producer and interviewee.