EDUARDO LOWE | PR + Art Director + Travelista
Born in Panama City, Panama, Lowe's professional career began in 2003 earning a BA in Graphic Design from Universidad Católica Santa María la Antigua (USMA) and graduating with Cum Laude honors.
While living in Miami between 2016-2018, Lowe was the former Art Director at American Airlines' NEXOS magazine, working with A-list celebrities, such as Daddy Yankee, Paulina Rubio, Romeo Santos, Carlos Vives, John Leguizamo, Karla Souza, America Ferrera, Eugenio Derbez, Edgar Ramírez, Aarón Sánchez, Giovani Dos Santos, and top photographers, make-up, hair stylists and fashion stylists in Latin America, the Caribbean and USA.
Also, being submerged in the entertainment industry, he naturally acquired valuable experience working as a PR (publicist) from the Latin Billboard Conference & Awards in Las Vegas; to press junkets for singer Chayanne, pop-band Sayverse and actor Bobby Larios; Premios Digitales Awards and “Qué Pasa USA?” red carpets; and a press release for singer Tim McGraw.
Currently living between Panama and Florida, Lowe joined forces with friend Fabiola Malka, to conceive the new digital luxury publication, The Reviewer Magazine.
In the past, he had worked as a Bilingual Art Director and Graphic Designer for renown ad agencies such as McCann Erickson Worldwide and Metro Publicidad; design studios 180º, Optimum Design and Digital Lightbridge; magazines FLAIR and Photoshop User and Photo Elements Techniques; newspaper The Tampa Tribune; and TV station WFLA News Channel 8 (NBC) in the cities of Panama, New York and Tampa.
Working experience with high-profile clients include: American Airlines, United Airlines, Amtrak, OneRPM, St. Regis Florence, The London Hotel, The Marmara NYC, Four Seasons Hotels, YVE Hotel Miami, Verizon Wireless, Intel, Adobe, Google, Canon, B&H, NFL, NBC, The City of Tampa, Cole-Haan, Tiffany & Co., Neiman Marcus, Mitsubishi, Mercedes-Benz, McDonald's, Suzanne Sommers, Clinique, Henry's (Canada), Toscana Inn Hotel, Raquel Cosmetics and Felix B. Maduro (Panama).