Interviewee: Miguel Rubiera (he/him)
In your words… Tell us about your organization, business, initiative.
Through high quality videos, photos and design we develop your story to drive growth, secure investment capital, develop your brand and increase revenue.
Empowering businesses to be leaders in their field and pillars of their communities.
Brighten up your brand.
Tell us a bit about you and why you do what you do? Share your passions for your business, initiative, organization.
“The most powerful person in the world is the storyteller” – Steve Jobs
After 6 years in the army, traveling the world to hone his craft as a storyteller and working with investment firms, private schools and eco-innovators, Miguel has returned to his roots.
Now living in east Boston, he’s driven to empower businesses by leveraging their own stories to craft their futures. Futures as leaders in their field, pillars of their community and beacons of opportunity.
Through his novel approach to video as a medium for business growth; Miguel unravels your brand to it’s core story and turns your unique offer into high impact videos to connect with your audience and achieve your goals.
Whether those goals be; increased conversions, client retention, securing investment capital or simply announcing your brand’s debut as a contender. Miguel is here to help you craft your narrative and Brighten up Your Brand.
What role do you think your business plays in supporting a more creative community? OR your community in general. (Bonus! Why do you think a more creative community is important?)
I want to tell the stories of the individuals, teams and organizations that make up that creative community. I take their narrative and distill it into tight digestible timeframes that connect with and impact their audience. Storytelling forges bonds and relationships, bonds and relationships are what communities are built off of.
What was the last book you read or film you watched that made an impact on you?
Honestly it’s not that high brow but the Demon Slayer Manga has really left its mark on me.
It’s such a tight and straightforward narrative; It’s simplistic elegance lets the authors emotions, philosophies and characters shine truly unencumbered.
It’s the central philosophy of strength (or talent, or wealth or resources) actually being a responsibility to others not license to exploit them really resonated with me.
What’s the one thing people would be surprised to learn about you our your business?
Spent 6 years in the army and am a lifelong martial artist. Two experiences that have really shaped me and my worldview in ways I don’t think most people would assume a veteran would believe.