Saydee Azilem

Creative communications &

Curator of Experiences

As a natural connector, I enjoy bringing together creatives that range from independent designers to visual artists and chefs with brands that include media conglomerates, art organizations & food & beverage labels. We are  unified by our love for creating memories and exposure to unique experiences.  Find out more


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  • 10+ years collective experience.
  • Content Creation, Experiential Marketing & Event Planning in Multiple Industries including Art, Development & Fundraising, Food & Hospitality, Non-Profit. 
  • International experience in Mexico, Brazil, Spain. 

Natty Style x Bon Appétit x Moen


In partnership with Moen products and Natalie Decleve of, conceptualized a photoshoot to bring together the two brands. Fusing Natalie's chic personal style and Moen's sleek design, we translated articles and photographs promoting both.


Private Party, NYC

Produced and catered events focusing on celebrating Mexican culinary traditions & decor.



Edgar Hoill & Saydee Azilem x Galeria Border, Mexico City

Conceptualized, produced and curated a panel discussion & photography exhibition showcasing Mexican - American artists and the fusion of cultures. Partnered with local vendors for sponsorship and catering; booked musicians for performances.


Creative Time x Kara Walker, A Subtlety, NYC

As part of the production team, oversaw smooth presentation of Kara Walker's exhibit at Domino Sugar Factory in NYC. Managed event list, audience engagement and photography for social media purposes for four weeks.

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Pulque Tours, Morelos, Mexico

Coordinated tour & travel to remote towns in the hills of Morelos, Mexico  to tour makeshift pulque "bars " with artist collective Ilegal Squad, of Mexico City where we interviewed and photographed the farmers and clientele for the collective's art project.

If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him… the people who give you their food give you their heart
— Cesar Chavez