Production company of audiovisual creation with headquarters in Bogotá D.C. and Santiago de Cali. Led by May Mc’Causland and Gustavo Angarita Jr. who, from the production of content, risk to make industry, exploring the execution of transmedia projects and various formats to reach the public with original fiction and non-fiction products. Currently, Studio AYMAC is a member of the Audiovisual Association of Valle del Cauca and Cali (AVC) and since 2016, its team works with the faithful conviction that EVERYTHING THAT IS IMAGINED, IS POSSIBLE!
Writer, teacher, librarian, reading promoter, actress in training.
She is the author of tales and children’s stories, articles, and interviews in local, national, international, and virtual magazines. Creator of Agenda Cultural de Barranquilla and La Hora del Cuento (Story Time), she is part of the editorial team of the virtual magazine letraurbana.com , of the Mandragor Art Artistic Creation Company and collaborator of the Liga de los Múltiples and its Tardes de Cuentos (Story Evenings).
With the expansion of the benefits of film laws, the country has become one of the preferred Latin American destinations for large international productions, thanks to the law for the promotion of the national territory, better known as Law 1556 of 2012.
We live in a digital world where people are out there correcting other people’s spelling on social media and shaming us, lesser gifted in the skill, even calling us dumb. I want to step forward and tell you a bit about what it is like to be a zero in spelling.