Infinite Resort is a creative studio focused on connecting nature to humanity. Our mission is to redefine travel and how we interact with the environment in order to forge deeper connections with our planet and the cultures that live within it.






Welcome to Infinite Resort.

Infinite Resort is a creative studio connecting nature to humanity. Dedicated to exploring the beauty and diversity of Earth by creating meaningful content, our mission is to push the talk on conservation by changing the way we interact with our environment, forging deeper connections with Mother Nature and its inhabitants. 
Humans want to save what they love. By immersing viewers in nature through different mediums, founder Romina Cenisio believes in the impact of powerful media - the more we explore the world and share stories, the more connected we feel to Earth and our desire to preserve it - healing ourselves and the Earth in the process. 

Past Projects:

Launched on Earth Day 2019, Infinite Resort debuted a capsule collection in collaboration with NatGeo photographers. Made of sustainable dresses from recycled plastic, each style takes you on a journey around the world using prints in an exclusive, first-of-its-kind collaboration. The dresses featured the elements - Earth, Air, Fire, Water - and tell stories through the work of these esteemed photographers, who have dedicated their lives to capturing the beauty of our planet.

The inaugural issue of the Infinite Resort Travel Zine explores El Paso-Juarez through original photography and reporting. Cenisio takes readers on a visual road trip to 10 destinations along the border - from remote deserts and hot springs to safe space art studios employing indigenous women. The zine also features exclusive interviews with the four National Geographic photographers who collaborated with Infinite Resort - giving them a platform to tell the story behind their original photographs.

Directed and narrated by Romina, a short video delves deeper into the Red Sands Desert and its subculture of extreme off-roading, exploring the intersection of the capsule collection and the natural environment in which it was captured.