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Indonesia Tatler: Picture Perfect

Glad to be a part of January 2016 issue of Indonesia Tatler. I photographed Leica Camera’s Director of Photo Product Management Stefan Daniel in Wetzlar, Germany. Here he is in his favorite pose (a Leica in hand): Big thank you to Leica and Maina Harjani. follow me: facebook, twitter, instagram (@campfiremedia)

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Metro Society – Viva La Vie Boheme

My first assignment with Metro Society was such a high: an intimate dinner prepared by chef Victor Magsaysay at designer Eric Paras’ home. You couldn’t expect any less from Eric Paras’ home: Food would be served on these plates that are about a thousand years old! They were found in a sunken ship. Now, that’s … Continue reading

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Stargate People Asia – People Of The Year

As Stargate People Asia awards their People Of The Year to the deserving recipients tonight at Sofitel, I’d like to share some of the photos I took for their POY issue. Conchita Carpio-Morales, Ombudsman makeup/hair: eddie mar cabiltes “If someone tells me that I’m too old for my job, I’m affected. Because I’m not! There … Continue reading

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Metro Home & Entertaining: Casa San Miguel

It’s 2016! Happy new year! I wanted to start my year by posting a shoot I enjoyed a lot in the later part of 2015. Metro Home & Entertaining Magazine started producing a section called Nesting that I love reading and (when given the opportunity) photographing. Managing Editor Anna Rosete is passionate about producing this … Continue reading

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My favorite spots in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I’ve always loved Vietnamese food and coffee. So I don’t know why it took this long for me to visit the country. The similarities between Saigon (as Ho Chi Minh City is still called) and Manila are comforting and familiar. The thin buildings (which remind me of Singapore shophouses), the marathon of motorbikes on the roads, … Continue reading

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