Carmen Ortega Casanovas lives in Mexico City; she is a designer, producer and DJ. In 2007 she founded Boutique Studio, with which she has specialized in artistic, film, cultural and educational projects. Among them are the conceptualization, museography and graphic production of the Memory and Tolerance Museum, the Jugando con Tamayo Museum (a mobile educational contemporary art experience for public schools), and in 2018 the Drug Policy Museum in Mexico City with the Soze Agency and Open Society Foundations. In 2019, she produced cultural experiences for OSF human rights, inequality and young feminist leader scholarships. She has developed data visualization for educational projects such as the documentary ¡De Panzazo! directed by Juan Carlos Rulfo and various information and awareness campaigns for Mexicanos Primero. She has also created concepts for brands like Nike (Nike Corre) and 3M (Innovation Center). With Celuloide Films, as a partner from 2004 to 2012, she ran different projects as an executive producer and online producer for various public and private clients, including the feature film El fantástico mundo de Juan Orol (winner of 3 Ariel awards in 2013) and various short films. In 2013, she produced the series Alguien más with Canana and ONCE TV. From 2012 to 2016 she was the Operations Manager of PROYECTA International Platform for Design and Digital Arts. In 2010, she co-founded the Mezcal Amores project, of which she is currently the Creative Director. In the same year, she co-founded La Lonja Mx, in 2015 Proyectos Unidos Mexicanos and in 2016 ATALAYA Design Fair, fairs that promote artisan processes and fair and local trade, publicising contemporary Mexican and Latin American design. Starting in 2020, in conjunction with Fabiola Rivera, she founded Igualdades, a non-profit organization that generates strategy and communication specializing in building stereotype-free narratives through positive programming.