Mila is a social media strategist and copywriter freelance based in Barcelona, often travelling around the world.
She worked on web and social media content editing for companies such as: ING DIRECT, Swarovski, Coca-Cola, Barilla, Sector, Pirelli, Lindt, Beck's, Parmigiano Reggiano, BIC and many others.
As a freelancer, she oversaw several Live Facebook and Twitter events including journeys around different cities: #werun4kids Barilla, #david2016 Sky Cinema, #vivereacolori lolaandgrace Swarovski in collaboration with Alessandra Amoroso, #incontriDmusica D La Repubblica, #minifluidfashion MINI.
Mila currently works with several advertising agencies, freelance partners, and interesting brands to help them assert their web and social media presence.
In 2016 she founded HOBO, a tiny tiny content studio.
Carlo Zoratti - Director
Carlo Zoratti is a director freelance. He creates videoclips, non linear storytelling projects and interactive pieces: first with Pronti Al Peggio, a web tv about independent Italian musicians and later as creative director of the last 5 shows of Italian pop star Jovanotti with whom he is still working. In 2013 he released his first documentary feature The Special Need, that premiered at the Locarno Film Festival and went on winning several awards worldwide among whose are the SXSW audience award and the Golden Dove in Leipzig and the nomination at the Italian Golden Globes and Nastro D’Argento. Actually he is writing his next feature film La Vita Nuova.
Marina Rosso - Photographer
Marina Rosso is a photographer freelance. Her work has been published in different newspapers and magazines such as The Sunday Times Magazine, IL sole 24 ore, Internazionale, Amica, Corriere Innovazione and NY Times Lensblog among others. In 2012 she has been granted with a 2-year residency at Fabrica. During this period she collaborated as image/story researcher for Colors Magazine and published The Beautiful Gene reviewed worldwide and exhibited at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin, at Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia in Milan, at Lodz Fotofestiwal in Lodz, Photoville in New York, FotoLeggendo and Officine Fotografiche in Rome.
Andrea Castelletti - Creative Director
Andrea Castelletti is a multidisciplinary creative director and designer freelance. His work has been featured in numerous books, blogs and websites, and won various design awards, including three Graphis Platinum, seven Graphis Gold, one Graphis Silver and an ADCI bronze among others. Graphis — the international bastion of excellence in design and visual imagery— also featured Castelletti in the Graphis Design Masters Portfolio along with legends such as Milton Glaser, Herb Lubalin, Paula Scher, Massimo Vignelli, Ikko Tanaka, Paul Rand and Stefan Sagmeister among others. In 2008 Castelletti started collaborating with the advertising agency TW2 (Milan and New York). During this period he also got involved in the making of social/political posters. Some of his work has been displayed in exhibitions in more than 40 cities around the world, including Les Art Décoratifs, Palais du Louvre in Paris and La Triennale Design Museum in Milan. In 2010 he was named “Young Talent of the year” by TNT Festival powered by Italian Government. Blending handcraft, photography and illustration with digital design and creative strategy, Castelletti works primarily on branding, advertising, graphic design and packaging.
Dario Moroldo - Composer
Dario Moroldo is a freelance writer and composer. He has worked as an artistic producer for Sony Music Italia and as a sound designer writing jingles and compositions for La7 (for the programme “l'infedele”), Diesel, Rai Radio 2 (for the programme “Traffic”), SkY (for “Ident olimpiadi 2012”), Moleskine, Yoox, Swarovski and Antony Morato. Since 2011 he has also been a composer for Sony Publishing ATV: together with Sergio Maggioni, he wrote the album of the singer Syria entitled “Scrivere al Futuro” and the piece “Come Non Detto” chosen by Ivan Silvestrini for the film of the same name. For the cinema he has written several sound tracks: in collaboration with Amari, that of the full-length feature film “Maicol Jecson” directed by Francesco Calabrese, that of Carlo Zoratti’s documentary “The Special Need”, and that of Niccolò Ammaniti’s “The Good Life”. Since 1996 he has been a member of the group Amari together with Davide Piva and Francesco Ceravolo with whom he has produced 8 experimental albums that are a wonderful contamination of hip hop, electronic, pop and songwriting.”