Capture the imagination
Context, form, function, or design? If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a word, slogan or campaign concept that captivates and captures the public's imagination is nothing less than priceless.
Jorge Chávez – Content Editor & Campaigns. Seduced by the power of language, Jorge decided to study Multimedia Communications Engineering at the Centro Universitario de la Costa. Over time he began to apply his communication skills to scriptwriting for online television programs, radio program production and writing articles for various print media. His passion for words has led him to participate in literary, spelling and creative writing competitions at the national level. At Mijo! Brands, he brings his expertise in developing content strategies and advertising campaigns. At night, he explores different worlds and cultures through reading.
Marie Nelson. Originally from a small town in Jalisco, Marie grew up in California. She wrote for the Wall Street Journal and the Boston Globe until she moved to Puerto Vallarta for five years in 2004. Back in Paradise, California, she is now a freelance writer, in fiction and nonfiction, and writes news and blogs for Mijo! Brands. An aspiring pilot, she still spends winters in Puerto Vallarta.
Sylvia McNamee. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Victoria and an Associate’s Degree in Media Communications from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Sylvia permanently relocated to Mexico in 2007. Bringing 9 years of experience in public relations working with large retailers and resort groups in both Canada and Mexico. She also once scored 402 points on a single word in Scrabble.