Instead of playing soccer like every other Argentinean teenager, Hernan spent his free time creating simple video games for the Commodore 64 and assembling joysticks with nuts, bolts, and washers. At 18, he began his career in TV as a video editor for a famous teen program in Buenos Aires. He discovered the interactive world in 1998 when he created and produced one of the first interactive TV shows. Armed with the ability to integrate TV with Internet, he founded a startup that produced and distributed content for the web. Years later, he moved to Los Angeles and cofounded Dutch Monaco.
March 19, 2014