The son of a bus-driver-slash-bread-baker, "Julie" grew up in a large Italian family in the boroughs of New York City, where aunts, uncles, and cousins gathered often around Mom's seafoam-green formica kitchen table for “cake and coffee” — always an Entenmann’s crumb cake — to tell stories, argue about the Mets, and play cards with the neighbors. Twenty years later, Julio has written and produced film and television content for Nickelodeon, PBS, E! Entertainment, and James Franco’s Rabbit Bandini.
Julio's interest in creating family content is largely based on his experiences as "Uncle Julie" to six — one niece and five nephews. When he is not in production, he enjoys teaching the art of storytelling to creative and business teams in Los Angeles and New York. Julio is a graduate of Harvard University. He completed his training as a film director at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where he was honored as an Annenberg Fellow. Learn more at www.juliovincent.com or www.meetborofive.com/juliovincent.