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I am a curious individual who likes exploring the world through the human lens. I live to learn, and I'd rather use my hands than a laptop. Overall, I aspire to create sustainable solutions and have a possitive impact on people while making beautiful things.
I work with Irene Elizalde as an advertising creative team
As an attendee of the New Blood Academy, I ideated several different outcomes for a series of live briefs, such as: -a product innovation for a tech & engineering company -an digitally-based event for a drinks company -an experiential campaign for Innocent with mentoring from Landor We also attended lectures and workshops on storytelling, resiliance, ideas generation, "doing well by doing good", collaboration, prototyping, brainstorming and group management, entrepreneurial thinking, presentation skills and digital strategy. The activities were conducted by The School of Life, Ben & Andrew, The Partners, Bleep Bleeps, Bracket, Hellicar & Lewis, Hirsch & Mann, Ian Wharton, Workclub, 72 and Sunny, Mr President, WPP, GBH and Lobo.
At the time of my internship, Botica had its eyes set on Japan. Over the summer we identified areas for exploration, dug deep into the country's culture and scouted the perfect selling points for Botica's collections. My experience concluded with the creation of an empathy map for each client type.
I collaborated with a group of Film students from London College of Communication on their Graduation Film. It's a 15-minute documentary about two old men who live in a village lost in the Italian countryside where nothing ever seemed to happen, until we asked the right questions...
Y5 is a pop-up advertising agency created by 14 young people from all over the world during one summer as part of the Marcus Graham Project. We worked for clients such as Uber, Falling Whistles and Lisnr.
Inside/Outside is a project organised through the London College of Communication. We researched, discussed and developed sustainable printmaking techniques and materials that we then tested at three different outdoor locations: the forest, the city and the seaside.
SuTurno wanted to increase its international press coverage. I helped them assess the state of their brand, source relevant publications, create and tag contact lists and design email templates to achieve more media impressions.
Noemi and I discussed a strategy to improve and sustain the online presence of her brand. My main tasks included finding inspirational material for her blog, posting news on social media, updating the press section of her website, sending email invitations to events and photographing products for the online shop.
I worked for Acciona -a major sustainable business corporation- and Telefonica -broadband and telecommunications provider-