Growing up in a Cuban family in New York gave me the green light to be expressive, especially with my hands and face. If you’ve ever encountered a Cuban, you’ll notice they tend to be the loudest person in the room and are usually explaining something or telling a story in a wildly animated fashion. I took my expressive cue to paper and began writing short stories and plays about my family and their need to drown each other out in conversation – only to be heard the most; their love of pork and on-going hatred of Fidel Castro and Communism.
Through out my career, I honed in on my creative skills by producing engaging content for multi-media companies. I thrive on creating exceptional visual assets and written content that will make an impact with readers.
Here’s my blog filled with my thoughts, essays and interviews with other media professionals experiencing the highs and lows of freelance life. Enjoy!