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People Asia: Women of Style and Substance 2015

So happy to have been able to photograph a handful of the women who were recognized to have both style and substance this year for People Asia. Last night, they held an event at the Marriott (which I wasn’t able to attend unfortunately). ¬†So since I wasn’t there in person, I’m posting this to celebrate … Continue reading

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Smile Magazine – Treasures Of The Field

I was able to work with restaurateur Amy Besa of Purple Yam Malate once again for Smile Magazine‘s September 2015 issue. Ever since the first time I met Amy, I knew she had a passion for indigenous ingredients. She loved sharing this passion with others. She really believed how rich the Philippines was when it … Continue reading


Loft Magazine: Two Roxas Triangle

Ayala Land Premier’s bespoke magazine, Loft, (designed by Design For Tomorrow) found me in their sprawling¬†showroom Two Roxas Triangle. I photographed this beautiful space for their inaugural issue. Publisher, Jose Juan Z. Jugo (and Managing Director of Ayala Premier); EIC, Eunice Acejo (and Marketing Head of Ayala Premier): The Premium Anatomy: Two Roxas Triangle Follow … Continue reading

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BonChon Chicken’s New Crunchy Garlic Seafood

Just wanted to put a quick entry on the blog since this is so fresh! BonChon Philippines just released their newest seafood flavor: Crunchy Garlic (which was a flavor previously only available for chicken). Worked on this with food stylist Giannina Gonzalez at BonChon Philippines’ headquarters. Thank you to the whole team at BonChon! Here’s … Continue reading


Metro Home & Entertaining: Jim and Lydia Paredes’ Home

In the latest issue of Metro Home & Entertaining Magazine‘s Nesting feature, you’ll get a peek inside Jim and Lydia Paredes’ home in QC. Before the writer got to interview them, they mentioned to me how much work this house took to build since it was made of salvaged wood. They wanted to make a … Continue reading


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