EVOOLEUM PACKAGING AWARDS
In addition to awarding prizes to the best 100 extra virgin olive oils on the planet, the EVOOLEUM International Awards recognizes the creative revolution that packaging has experienced nowadays. Thus the Awards for Best EVOO Packaging -a modality in which EVOOLEUM was a pioneer and that has inspired numerous competitions- recognize the best designs in the categories of Best Premium Design, Best Innovative Design and Best Design in Retail.
The EVOOLEUM Packaging Awards jury -selected especially for these awards- is made up of professionals with an openly multidisciplinary character and recognized prestige in each of their areas of expertise, with talent and creativity as the common denominator.
Ana López de Letona
Founding member of the decor, PR and communication studio OTOSTD. Responsible for communication and fundraising at the Cooperation Foundation for Development Emalaikat. Regular contributor at several publications and firms that specialize in style and decor.
Fashion designer and several-time winner of the Cibeles Fashion Week Award for Creativity. His collections include fashion for men and women, swimwear for men and women, perfumes, jewelry, home textiles…
Born in Barcelona in 1951 and settled in Madrid since 1970, Isabel Muñoz is the Spanish photographer with the greatest worldwide projection and National Photography Prize. She has always known to stand out within the diversity of proposals that characterize the contemporary international photographic panorama, betting on the technique of the platinotype and the large format with the aim of reinforcing her discourse: its passion for the body as a way of approaching the study of the human being.
Designer of culinary spaces, obsessed with the quality of products and creating the ideal environment to serve them in, chef and restaurant owner Javier Bonet began his career in the world of hospitality as a waiter and is currently the architect and culinary ideologist behind Sr. Bonet, which is comprised of the Patrón Lunares cantina in Palma de Majorca, tapas and open-kitchen-plan restaurant Sala de Despiece, the gastronomic meeting place Academia del Despiece and the work-in-progress Muta, these last ones being the trendy places in Madrid.
Teresa de la Cierva
With a degree in Media Studies, Teresa began her journalism career in the field of event planning and promotion. She is the beauty, health and lifestyle editor at ABC newspaper as well as a member of the Royal Academy of Gastronomy and the Academy of Gastronomy of Madrid, which she founded and presided nearly ten years ago.
Sesé San Martín
With a degree in Media Studies from the Complutense University in Madrid and a Le Grand Diplôme from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris earning both the cuisine and the pastry diplomas, Sesé San Martín is founding partner and director of the TELVA Cooking School since it opened in 1989; in addition to being founder and CEO of the consulting and culinary auditing company Sesé San Martín, S.L. She has written several books and is also a member of the Real Academia de Gastronomia (Royal Academy of Gastronomy) and vice-president of the Academia Madrileña de Gastronomia (Academy of Gastronomy of Madrid).
Journalist with more than twenty years of experience in Spanish radio and television, since 2006 she hosts laSexta Noticias Fin de Semana news bulletin. Among the awards for her career, she has received the prestigious Larra Prize for Journalism from the Madrid Press Association or the Ondas Prize, among others.
This History of Arts graduate began his training as interior designer in London to then return to Spain with new and creative ideas for various different kinds of projects. Antiquarian and gastronomy lover, this multifaceted professional in constant motion who shuns from old-formulas and embraces new trends has a CV that includes forays into the world of television.
Spanish actress and model, Goya Award for Best New Actress for her role in Lucía y el Sexo, directed by Julio Medem. She has worked in Hollywood with renowned actors such as Scarlett Johansson, Sylvester Stallone or Colin Farrell and was second finalist for MasterChef Celebrity Spain.
Founder of the first virtual museum stored in DNA, the Hardddiskmuseum, and considered one of the great representatives of Spanish digital art in recent years, Solimán López is a media artist who uses his art to reflect on the relationship between the analog and digital.
Photographer initiated in London whose images have been published in the main newspapers, magazines, books and travel guides and have been part of individual and collective exhibitions. In 2007 she opened her own gallery in Madrid specialized in photography, in which she represents renowned artists such as Ramón Masats, Isabel Muñoz or Sylvia Plachy.
Spanish interior designer specialized in creating tableware and experimental pieces for the most renowned chefs, many of them recognized with Michelin stars such as Dabiz Muñoz, the Roca brothers or Quique Dacosta. Recognized by Forbes 2020 magazine as one of the most disruptive entrepreneurs of the moment.