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For Mario Pascual of SayOrange, being creative comes naturally. And it’s his unique perspective on the world that has helped him become one of the most sought-after creative professionals in The Magic City and beyond.
Text by Lourdes Reigosa | July 3, 2018 | People

What comes to mind when you think of the color orange? Is it its brightness? Its ability to shock? Its uniqueness? For Mario Pascual, Owner of SayOrange, it’s all of the above. Even the company’s name came about in an unusual manner. After weeks of brainstorming and trying on a million names with his friends, nothing really “jived” for Pascual. Finally, one fateful night over dinner and drinks, the name was born out of random words that were floated throughout the evening. “I wanted to have a name that represented creativity, and the color orange seemed perfect,” explains Pascual. “So, the name really means, ‘Say Creativity.’”
Today, SayOrange is a full-fledge creative services firm offering creative development and consulting as well as photography, video, web, pre-production, production and post-production for pretty much any industry — at any budget. This includes commercials, promotional videos, music videos, corporate videos, independent films, documentaries and special events. Basically, SayOrange does anything…that involves creativity. The classic cliché, “Think outside the box,” happens every day for the firm.
One might wonder how a firm like SayOrange came to be. The answer is simple: Pascual’s wanted to share his talents with as many people and companies as possible. “I really enjoy what I do,” he says. “Nothing is more fulfilling than taking on a challenging new project and giving my clients the results they are after. It’s the best part of the job.”
Since its inception, a serious commitment to clients and projects has landed SayOrange some impressive gigs including post-production work for a CNN documentary entitled The Last Nazi Hunter, special events for artists like Don Omar, Aventura and Wisin y Yandel, executive production work for fall fashion shows in Spain, and much more. Pascual has also post-produced 120 short-content broadcast stories for more than 40 national television news stations throughout the U.S. “We’ve got it all: youth, innovation and diversification,” says Pascual. “We’re truly global, which gives us the competitive advantage to create a very unique product for the world’s eye.”

For more information on SayOrange and their services, call 404.889.0440 or visit