Mario has worked as a design/editorial consultant in 120 countries, with projects for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), New Straits Times (Malaysia) and Aftenposten (Norway). Mario is trained as a journalist and is a specialist in mobile storytelling and transformation of newsrooms for the digital world.
Rodrigo manages the Buenos Aires office which caters to Latin America, as well as projects globally. He manages the firm's creative output and supervises all design implementations and client service. He has collaborated in over 170 projects with García Media, including Liberation (Francia), The Observer (Reino Unido), Grupo Reforma (México), revista El Gráfico (Argentina), Folha de Sao Paulo (Brazil), El Tiempo (Colombia), O Povo (Brazil), the magazine France Football (Francia), among others.
Paula is a senior art director in charge of design and of project coordination. She has been involved in over 170 García Media projects, including The Wall Street Journal (USA), Liberation (France) The Observer (Reino Unido), Grupo Reforma (México), revista El Gráfico (Argentina), Folha de Sao Paulo (Brasil), El Tiempo (Colombia), O Povo (Brasil), revista France Football (Francia), among others.
Thomas is a digital designer based in Berlin. As a creative director, he has worked for several German publishing companies–developing printed and digital products that are used by millions of readers every day. In 2017 he headed the relaunch of the printed Berliner Zeitung and has won multiple design awards for the magazine ?On Display“ by the VW Autostadt. Thomas was an assistant professor at the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft in Berlin teaching mobile publishing from 2013 to 2017.
Ana Barravecchio is García Media's account manager and Mario García's personal assistant. Ana received a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from the University of South Florida.