The Bombillazo Project

Bombillazo (pronounced bom-bee-JAH-zoh) is the name of a project started in 2003 with the idea to develop digital arts and programming skills. Since then the project's concept has expanded to provide software solutions, graphic design, video/audio editing and other ventures.

The name BOMBILLAZO comes from the Spanish word "bombilla", meaning light bulb. As a symbol of brightness and ideas, the moniker "El Bombillazo" was thought up and adopted. It refers to a person who comes up with new and creative ideas. The Bombillazo project, brand and site bear the name of its creator.

Bombillazo Studios

Technology. Business. Creativity. Bombillazo Studios provides services ranging from computer engineering to multimedia solutions.

Hector Ayala

Creator, "El Bombillazo"

Founder of Bombillazo. A young computer engineer and technology enthusiast from Puerto Rico with a drive for business and technology. Although a firm believer that one person can make a big difference, his goal is to collaborate with other passionate individuals or teams to achieve greater success.

"Our success must always be grounded on integrity, commitment, skills and the desire to exceed."

Puerto Rico, U.S.A.

"La Isla del Encanto"

The "motherland" of Bombillazo, Puerto Rico is a beautiful tropical island in the northeastern part of the Caribbean Sea. An unincorporated territory of the United States, this small paradise has gorgeous environments, talented professionals and a unique cultural wealth.

Many business and technology opportunities can be found here, and Bombillazo will work to be involved in those solutions. For more information on doing business in Puerto Rico, click here.