I´m a Still Life Stylist and Set Designer. I explore and graphically play with objects, textures and compositions being hyper-aware of what surrounds me. My work transmit playfulness within simplicity and a minimalistic view. I seek to provide a narrative, a fantasy narrative, that, as adults, we can sometimes forget we crave. All this is a hybrid practice with a strong emphasis on research, experimentation, attention to detail and method to be able to translate a vision, any vision. I also have experienced as a content creator, stylist, art director, e-commerce and visual merchandising.Locked Pro Plan feature
Design displays to exhibit clothes and accessories In charge of the new e-commerce web page [design, management & concept] for their merchandising. Content for web page and social media [still life]
E-Commerce A/W '16-17 Europe and USA
Editor-in-chief´s assistant Styling assistant for photoshoots Supporting editorial staff in all activities leading to publication Summarising written material
Communication and development of new products. Social Media and Communication Manager. Manage Stock. In charge of POS for Les Desserts [Inside brand of the company]
Research, ordering accessories, overseeing fittings and helping with continuity.
Runway Show, organization and preparation [Buenos Aires Fashion Week, Adidas show Chile, etc]
To convey a brand’s identity and values through visual storytelling tools and create a compelling visual language for the brand and to analyze visual merchandising strategies—window displays, floor plans—for showrooms, concept stores, monobrand stores, and department stores.
Visual Communication Course: analyse and comprehend the communication process. – Acknowledge the relevance of brand image and know how to adapt and apply it to any communication event. – Be able to adapt communication to each media. Know to use properly the new supports offered by social networks. – Develop a practical communication plan project for a fashion company.
Brief: Produce a visual communication project with the creation of an inspirational mood-board consistent with your hometown. FACE 1. The Theme: Exile The Context: Chile . 1973 . Dictatorship The Consequence: Exile _Take consequence as a Concept _ _ Design a solution to the problem of displacement _ _ _ How to fold your clothes when packing? FACE 2. The Materials: Starched T-Shirts The T-Shirts: When you are forced to leave your country you decide to take what you feel attached to that is represented by the oldness of this t-shirts. The memories of the used things. The Disposition: They combined and live together through one. Being part of a whole without being the same. How they connect with each other letting the other one “be”. The Three Colors: Represent, in three steps, how to fold a t-shirt. It also portrays -under the same circumstances- the different types of people and families who left Chile. FACE 3. To fold means. REDUCTIONISM With reductionism comes. TRANSFORMATION And transformation brings. GEOMETRY