Nezua blogs about Immigration for the Media Wire project. He is a filmmaker and a published author/artist who blogs regularly at The Unapologetic Mexican. He was recently employed by MTV News Street Team ‘08 after competing to represent the state of Oregon, and was originally trained in the field of Film and Television at New York University. In 2008, Nezua was selected to be a panel member of Online 100, “the first-ever survey of the top 100 online voices and bloggers tracking trends and attitudes heading toward the 2008 Election Day” (formed by Andrew Rawnsley, the Chief Political Commentator of The Observer). Nezua was also an officially credentialed blogger for both the 2008 DNC and RNC conventions, and has served as a speaker and consultant on New Media as it relates to immigration advocacy.