Wilfred Galila explores and exploits various media for making art and telling stories.
As a filmmaker his works have been screened at the 23rd and 26th annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. His writing has been published in Beyond Lumpia, Pansit and Seven Manangs Wild, an anthology of short prose and poetry by Filipino American writers.
He has contributed photography, prose, and has designed covers for the Milvia Street Art and Literary Journal of Berkeley City College. He is the co-founder and co-publisher of and contributor to the Berkeley based zine Something Worth Revising.
He is also known to explore sound and make music integrated with video. As a photographer, he is the lead artist for Kodakan: Pilipinos in the City project where the diverse identities of Filipinos in San Francisco are explored and made visible through still and moving images.