ABOUT

Here at Bodhana we believe that the customized experience is the recipe for success.

When it comes to marketing, there is no best asset than diversity. Just as every person is different, every company has distinct needs. That is why we are a group of people from all over the world that have expertise in different disciplines in order to provide all the solutions that your business may need.

STAFF

Elena Reynoso

Director of First Impressions

Writer, yogi, and entrepreneur. 

Vegetarian, Bonnaroovian and still mourning for Ned Stark. 

Elena has plenty of experience as senior project manager and can help you plan and launch the best campaign tailored for your business specific needs. No budget is too low and no goal is too high. 

Hannah Hawes

Creative Director

Creativity is the breath of life. I've found throughout the years that my creativity and forthright self expression has carried me throughout most situations best. I grew up with a passion for nature and artistic expression. I love, crave and believe in each individuals distinct creative powers and what they contribute to this world.

Jaime Harkins

Art Director

‚ÄčJaime is a passionate designer with a extensive background in print, digital, and social media collateral. She has experience designing for countless industries, but specializes in restaurant and hospitality branding and design. Jaime is also a painter and an illustrator and enjoys time with her dog and football season

Ivan Barraza

Production Director

Dog lover, food enthusiast.

Ivan is a graphic and product designer with years of experience in production advertising.

He has created multiple art pieces and is the proud creator of our logo.

Benjamin de la Pena

Web Developer

Adventure advocate, Nature lover and passionate geek.  Benjamin is an expert on CMS platforms, WordPress and custom sites with admin panels. Let him do the geek things while you focus on your business.

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330 13TH Ave NE Ste 2

St. Petersburg, FL, 33701

elena@bodhanastudio.com

727 309 1898