Ariel No­vak

Ariel No­vak is com­bines all of the qual­i­ties we want in a wed­ding pho­tog­ra­ph­er: not on­ly is he deeply cre­ative and takes won­der­ful pic­tures, but he’s pro­fes­sion­al, on-time, flex­i­ble, and, deep in his heart, he treats every­one re­al­ly well and fair­ly. I would have used him for my own wed­ding, but I on­ly had the…

Philipe Christodoulou

I don’t use them, but they’re pop­u­lar around the neigh­bor­hood. Laun­dro­mats, un­for­tu­nate­ly, tend to be low qual­i­ty in Ar­genti­na, so I’d rec­om­mend go­ing out of your way to deal with peo­ple who care. Two thumbs up.

Mark San­dusky

Mark is tru­ly a guy who loves Spice. True spici­ness. This is sore­ly lack­ing from BA. But they’ve bought in spice, and bought it at full force! Noth­ing neg­a­tive to say!

Ma­di Lang

If I were to de­fine Ma­di Lang in one word, it would be “Awe­some”; if I had 4 ad­di­tion­al words, they would be, “Pas­sion­ate about Buenos Aires”. She spends all her time wan­der­ing around the streets, talk­ing to peo­ple, read­ing, think­ing and ex­pe­ri­enc­ing its his­to­ry — and do­ing so far, far away from the cliched…

Adrien de Bon­tin

Adrien has it all: French cul­ture and cre­ativ­i­ty, Vi­en­nese work style, and the Amer­i­can work eth­ic. First rate pho­tog­ra­phy, on all fronts. His fash­ion and back­stage pho­tos are the high­est qual­i­ty; and he is a spe­cial­ist in film–yes, old-fash­ioned film.

N. T.

Get­ting mon­ey in and out of Ar­genti­na can be hard, con­fus­ing in terms of the need­ed pa­per­work, and expensive–and you need to work with some­one whom you trust im­mense­ly. Some­one like that is hard to find. Here comes NT to solve the prob­lem: he’s been mov­ing mon­ey around for a decade for the big boys,…

Eliz­a­beth Kalin

From start to fin­ish Eliz­a­beth caters events with dish­es that are com­plete­ly or­gan­ic, home­made and and to what her cus­tomer de­sires. She works with her clients to tai­lor to spe­cif­ic food pref­er­ences and needs with­out ever com­pro­mis­ing the qual­i­ty or fla­vor of her dish­es. If her com­pa­ny can’t cre­ate some­thing home­made, they sup­port lo­cal ar­ti­sans…

Celia Ler­man

Celia Ler­man is­n’t Amer­i­can — but she thinks and acts like one, and is even mar­ried to one. Celia can solve all your copy­right, trade­mark, and patent prob­lems, and will do an awe­some job. For ex­am­ple, every week she man­u­al­ly re­views every sin­gle trade­mark grant­ed in all of Ar­genti­na! She’s saved many a busi­ness. She…