I am a voracious hunter-gatherer: arts, books and graphic culture related things are my favorite foods.
I’m a stray cat, I have no fixed abode and I get bored easily, which is why I found in freelancing and graphics some sort of fellow activities that fit my life’s rhythm, which I would call relentlessly and annoyingly curious.
For the rest of the day, I am an hard working and enthusiastic freelance Architect, Graphic Designer and Photographer, who is keen on finding challenging projects, engaging collaborations and fellow souls.
I take a lot of pride in offering you the kind of products and services that could make a positive difference in your (business) life.
If you’re interested in any of my works or services, well, you’re lucky: I’m eager to be hired today!
I will be glad to serve your cause, to get to know out-of-the-block amazing people and help dynamic yet small entrepreneurs to rise their visibility!
Why “La Catrina”?
The name came by itself, during the last few university years.
A remarkable series of linguistic oversights and semiotic juggling played together and gave me the nickname. Cat (the iconic animal which stands for my logo) is the short form for my name: Caterina. Apparently anglo-saxon-speaking people always fail to get it right-no offense buddies!
(You should see the collection of my tangled-last-name-tags I put together over the years!)
Among different attempts to pronounce it, the one I ended up loving the most was “Catrina” which recalls the Mexican Female Death representation. I found it tellingly accurate and reasonably foolish since I dress in black 350/365 days per year and I love heavy metal music.
This is it!
Please enjoy my work and don’t forget to connect with me!
Does LaCatrina work for free?
Seriously. Spare me your low-rank-jedi mind tricks. I have a black list of NOclients’ quotes longer and more diverse than a Wagner’s trilogy.
It’s a job, I am not interested in your “Great opportunity” and “Gaining a lot of exposure” and no, “It would be great for your portfolio” does not work either, pal. Generally, people get paid to do a job.
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