Breakthrough is a global human rights organization driving the culture change we need to build a world in which all people live with dignity, equality, and respect. We do this using a potent mix of media, arts, and tech with an intersectional feminist approach.
Yéle Haiti was an organization founded and led by Haitian-born hip hop musician Wyclef Jean, a non-political foundation intended to empower the people of Haiti and the Haitian diaspora to rebuild their nation. Started as an NGO, Yéle had more the spirit of a movement, combining the power of music with development tools in order to make a difference in the areas of education, health, environment and humanitarian assistance. We created name, brand identity, look & feel, album cover, print ads, brand applications, digital strategy, website and overall communications framework.
Mexico Now is New York City’s first–and only–independent arts festival spotlighting contemporary Mexico. Every year, New Yorkers are immersed in the creativity, heritage, and heart vanguard artists bring to their fields. With free and low-cost performances, screenings, exhibitions, culinary showings and panel discussions, we import an authentic experience of what’s going on in Mexico today.
THE HAITI EXPERIMENT + IMPACT FARMING
Impact Farming in collaboration with Timberland are working in a project for the reforestation of Haiti. Together they create scalable agricultural innovations that connect smallholder farmers with better seeds, tools and training, along with access to markets, credit, and other services. We were invited to document the ongoing reforestation efforts in the town of Gonaïves at the north of the island. Our goal was to capture and tell the story of a positive and brave country that is reinventing itself.
Created for Turner Television and Blackberry, MANIFESTO! is a 360-degree lifestyle media platform juxtaposing iconic artists working today with the latest trends in fashion, music, art, design, film and nightlife throughout Latin America and the world. Featuring Eglantina Zingg, globetrotter, fashionista, trendsetter and host of Project Runway Latin America, which represents a constant search for "what's next."
An original cable TV production, digital series and blog, MANIFESTO! lives on the web, on the streets and inside social networks, setting trends while also testing them.