Arts et design, Arts et lettres, Cinéma et audiovisuel, Commercialisation de la mode, Design de bijoux, Design de mode, Design de produits, Design d'intérieur et architecture, Design graphique, Langues, Marketing, publicité et affaires électroniques, Photographie, Sciences humaines
Born in Panama City, Panama, a modern Latin American country often known as the “Center of the World, Heart of the Universe,” Mauricio Herrerabarría is now based in Montréal, Québec. A graphic designer and photographer, Mauricio’s career as a storyteller and media artist began in fashion, working for over four years as editor-in-chief and art director of GOGO Magazine (2013-2017), a Panamanian monthly lifestyle magazine. He’s also worked as a correspondent for El País’ ICON Magazine in Spain (2016) and as a TV host for one of Panama’s biggest networks (2016-2018). Herrerabarría has also ventured into filmmaking, writing, and co-directing The Myth Of Us, a fashion short-film that earned the highest prize at Panama’s Fashion Film Festival. He’s currently studying Arts, Literature, and Communications at LaSalle College, where he’s formalizing his education as a cultural observer and communicator. His interests range from John Waters to Jack Kerouac. He’s currently in lockdown working on a documentary project about national identities, as well as a series of short stories.