NEW YORK CITY — Editor Mah Ferraz is now part of the Cut+Run (cutandrun.com) roster of talent. Her credits include collaborations with Nike, Adidas, Apple Music, Spotify, Instagram, ESPN, Vogue, Marc Jacobs, Volvo, Grey Goose, Marriott and the NFL. She has also worked on music-related projects for artists that include Rosalía, A$AP Rocky, Megan Thee Stallion, Burna Boy and Mariah Carey.
Being a Latinx woman and part of the LGBTQA+ community, Ferraz often uses her voice to collaborate on work with a powerful social message. This includes Oreo's Proud Parent and Megan Thee Stallion's New York Times Op-Ed piece, Why I Speak Up For Black Women. Mah’s international presence includes work in Brazil, the UK, Portugal, Germany and Nigeria, along with Spanish-speaking work from Spain and Puerto Rico.
"Editing is my art; it's the way I express my creativity. I'm very passionate about it and try to add my fingerprint and vision into anything I touch,” says Mah.
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