I’m Moreno and that’s a really big photo of me. As a multidisciplinary creative, I have been working at the intersection of advertising, experience design and creative technology at BBDO, Young & Rubicam, McGarryBowen Innovation Lab and, currently, Fake Love – A New York Times Company.
Being multidisciplinary means I have worn many hats, including but not limited to creative strategy, copywriting, branding, creative technology, experience design, event management, video editing, directing, electronic music production and surveillance art.
I obtained my BA in Marketing & Branding from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2007. In May, 2017 I have graduated from Parsons The New School with an MA in Media Studies, focusing on experiential storytelling and interaction design.
In the meantime I picked up a few awards for:
AWOL – a platform for publishers and content creators that allows them to create location-based experiences in augmented reality. Accepted to the accelerator program The Combine at the NYC Media Lab and awarded a grant of $25,000 in May, 2017.
Snoopy – a creative-tech project that picks up public conversations, converts them to text and then tweets them in real time. Demoed at the Media Mash IoT conference in June, 2016 and received an award from The New School in May, 2016.
No More Secrets – a serious pervasive game that deals with issues of privacy and government surveillance. The project has received an Outstanding Thesis Award from Parsons The New School, was shortlisted by the Sundance New Frontiers StoryLab and is currently being finalized to acquire funding.