Question: What do improv, "Bare Necessities", geometric proofs, endless obsessions with language, art history, Roman Empire family lineages, film, and letterforms have to do with anything?
Answer: They have everything to do with everything!
We are all culminations of all that we've learned before and we use these things in all that we love and do. This is the belief of Purée Fantastico, a business born out of this very idea.
Having worked with large Fortune 500 brands like HSN, POPSUGAR, ELLE, American Greetings, Alaska Airlines, 3M, Reuters, and more across the last 10 years, I understand the vast needs across the widest amount of moving parts.
Part scientist, part artist, all power house: I know how to sync with a client’s deepest voice and concerns and communicate the solutions as if they’d always been present (because they are!).
Whether it’s creative direction, art direction, design, illustration, copywriting, strategic problem solving, or thorough research and analysis, it can be trusted that I can handle it with grace, tireless expertise, and unstoppable enthusiasm.
How on Earth can that all possibly be true? Talk to me and find out.
Jacob Spence is a project manager and copywriter with Puree Fantastico and has been there since the beginning. He is currently going back to college pursuing degrees in Marketing and social psychology in order to bring another awesome aspect to the PF team. He spent 4 years in the Army learning how to manage people as well as time. He has a passion for ideation and is always excited to dive into a juicy concept.
At home he is a devoted husband, parent to 4 lovely fur-babies, and a master weirdgineer. He loves creating silly songs, identifying plants and animals, and a nerdy spot for History. His passion for creative thought can only be rivaled by his deep love of dogs, its no secret he is a Poodle man.
Julie Andrews taught her to sing. (Do-Re-Mi anyone?) Her passport says Mexico, but her heart really belongs somewhere in Europe. Her bucket list changes every week.
Smart and funny, and sometimes taking life a bit too seriously, Alejandra loves creative projects. She’s worked for several years in different Marketing and Branding projects as a consultant and Project Manager, but her true calling is to be a motivational speaker (maybe someday!). She’s extremely organized — except when she’s not (which is not very often).
Alejandra used to be the nerd kid — a love for books (Harry Potter), music and art have been her companions her entire life. She used to get straight A’s and wanted to be the typical 9–5 executive when she was still in college. Now she has somehow managed to break the mold of the traditional professional and is working remotely from different countries throughout the year, while fulfilling her dream of being in 30 countries by the time she turns 30.
Claudia believes that design should always have a concept and exploring different solutions to a problem is just half the fun. Studied Graphic and Interactive Communications at Ringling College of Art + Design class of 2016. Born in Ecuador but has made Florida her home for 16 years, equally loving both.
She loves exploring different mediums of design including print, web design, illustration, and branding. The best time to create is in the middle of night playing Jazz approaching every project hands on with sketching, collaging, or crafting.
To find inspiration she uses her life passions which means going off roading, boating, and fishing or in a tasteful experience of eating the very best of cholesterol rising foods.