With their innovative outlook on art, film, and photography, Hunter & Gatti have established themselves as an internationally recognized creative duo within the fashion and art world, expanding effortlessly from their headquarters in Barcelona to New York City. 

The founders and artistic minds behind Hunter & Gatti, Cristian Borillo and Martin Cespedes, have worked alongside one another for over a decade. Working as art directors, they have successfully produced numerous campaigns for fashion brands such as Burberry and Diesel. With this, Hunter & Gatti decided to explore even further the infinite possibilities of transformation by turning something as temporary as a fashion editorial, into something completely different and original; a unique piece of art. Thus, Hunter & Gatti was born. Hunter & Gatti immerse themselves in all aspects of development including creative initiatives, art direction, and photography; ultimately creating a holistic image for each individual brand.

This creative duo has worked side by side with iconic clients such as Hugo Boss, Kenneth Cole, Massimo Dutti, Carolina Herrera, Swarovski, Sony Music and Guess. They have also worked with magazines like Vogue, Esquire and Flaunt, whom have applauded their ability to produce exemplary work. Globally recognized for their artistic style and creative aesthetic, Hunter & Gatti have also produced an array of fashion films, each having its own unique personality. Their constant need to revitalize their outlooks and perspectives on the world is what keeps their creativity flowing, giving them immense success within both the art and fashion arena.

In November of 2013, the duo launched their online fashion Magazine, “HG Issue."  With fashion’s constant mobility and fast-paced seasonality, HG Issue gives credit to the most artistic creations, collaborations, and initiatives of the moment, all in English, Italian and Spanish. Shortly after launching HG Issue, they toured with their collection of portraits and painted photographs entitled, "THE SERIES," showing at venues such as Openhouse in NYC, and Miami Art Week - in conjunction with Flaunt Magazine’s three day public art exhibition, "Affordable Care.”