As a graphic designer, I enjoy immersing myself in each project, understanding its essence and creating visual solutions. I love transforming complex content into user-friendly and functional graphic material.
I have worked in Communications and Human Rights for the last decade. Currently, I work as a freelancer and consultant based in the United Kingdom.
I worked for seven years in the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, based in Washington DC, United States. I began as a graphic designer and webmaster in the Press and Communications office. A few years later, we started hiring graphic designers for each project under my coordination. We created more than 50 art covers for reports and books, more than a hundred campaigns for social media, and multiple graphic materials to be used in the organisation.
At the beginning of my professional career in Buenos Aires, I mainly worked on artistic projects and independent businesses. At the beginning of 2000, the Internet became widely available, and it turned essential to be present on the web. I helped tens of clients develop a logo and branding, websites, flyers, business cards, and graphic material for dissemination.