There’s nothing better than feeling good about what you’ve created. When I emerge from the creative process victorious, the high is unparalleled. However, self-deprecation is a constant companion. I am my toughest critic, always feeling as though I could have given more. You can’t escape it. I’ve learned to embrace this fight—the war I wage with mediocrity to produce something […]
Diane Brunet-García discusses her experiences relating to the Cuban exile and the recent death of Fidel Castro.
When I began at Brunet-García as an intern in January 2016, I had no idea that five months later I would find myself as a full-time employee jumping right into ad campaigns, logo creation, poster designs, and so much more.
If you listen very closely to Diane Brunet-García’s 93-year-old mother-in-law, you might begin to perceive a different facet to the whole “Cuba thing.”