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Double Vision HKG

Around the time I was doing weddings, I decided to stop lugging around a DSLR on a daily basis. Aside from the obvious weight issue (Nikons are heavy bishes), I was having trouble disassociating work from leisure, my own photography from my “brand”‘s photography, if […]

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After six months of sitting on these photographs I finally got around to editing them for posting. I’ve just not really known what to do with them until… really, last night. I’ve not really known what I’ve been doing with my own work lately. I […]

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American artifacts

It’s certainly been an interesting past couple of days on this here planet we call home. Drumpf’s election might ring a few alarm bells for those of us living here in the archipelago, as it just feels all too familiar. That plus recent events here […]

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NYC 2016

Spent some time on the east coast of the U.S. earlier this year to photograph a wedding, hang out with friends, spend time in Brooklyn and be sick all over my host’s living room. It was my first long haul trip by myself, so i […]

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Tokyo, Osaka

Happy new year, everyone! Here’s the second wave of images from my trip to Japan in November. I felt like the character of these images was vastly different from my Kyoto images, which is why I decided to space them apart. I’m quite a moody […]

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Everyone’s in Japan, and so was I! Walked through Kyoto for a few days and filled my lungs with fresh-ish autumn air. Learned that you have to make sure when you’re buying a drink from a vending machine to pay attention to the temperature of […]

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hong kong sentimental

Some photographs that collected on my phone from the last six months of living in Hong Kong. I wasn’t sure whether or not I was staying in HK to work or moving back home (spoiler alert: I moved back home), so these were all born […]

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Over the summer, I did a field internship with a Dutch-Filipino video installation artist named Martha Atienza, who is based half the time in the Netherlands, and the other half of the time in a small municipality of Bantayan Island by Cebu, called Madridejos. I […]

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Visited Bangkok in October of last year with my good friend, Ann. It looked and felt suspiciously like Manila, from the elevated train (all the streets look like Taft) down to the delicious, reasonably priced food and the supernice people. And the traffic! And the […]

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I was in Tokyo for a couple days with my mother! It was my first time, and I made sure to go all over: Harajuku, Tsukiji, Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Daiba, Ueno, Ebisu, Akihabara, and snippets of other places. I really enjoyed myself! I tend to […]

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In Between

This project was done for my Photo Documentary class, taken in the Spring of 2013. I documented the walk from where i live in Hong Kong to where i go to school, a bus ride that i take every single day. I would always see […]

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Entropy Beast

Hong Kong is a great city to get lost in, by virtue of the fact that its sheer randomness gives its streets so much gosh durned personality. It is overrun with weirdness and i like it, and this post will make that evident, but it’s […]

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Welcome to the new blog, everybody! This is where i’ll be relegating my personal, non-wedding/love/romance/loveydoveyschmoopy work. It is to encourage me to continue to create it! To kick things off, i’m posting some of my photographs from a recent trip to Singapore. I actually went […]

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Humans of Quiapo

Inspired by Brandon Stanton’s ubiquitous and wonderful project, Humans of New York, i walked around my own city and took my own portraits under the watchful eye of Mr Luis Liwanag. People are fun!

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New York, New Jersey, Illinois

This post brought to you by the realization that reflections of buildings are more interesting than buildings themselves. The pictures were taken at various locations around Manhattan in New York, Long Beach Island, Atlantic City and Princeton in New Jersey, Chicago and the various little […]

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General Santos + Montemar

I’ve been on some trips lately. All the way down south to Lake Sebu in General Santos to see the T’Boli weavers and a teensy bit up north to Montemar Beach Club in Bagac, Bataan. Here’s the backlog of my photographs from them. The panorama […]

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Some photographs from my trip to Bohol last month with my mother’s side of the family. Good spanking times.

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Hong Kong

Spent a couple of days in Hong Kong with some friends; to sightsee, walk around and visit the Hong Kong campus of SCAD. Wandering the city was really something else, always something to see. Good times!

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My family spent two weeks early last year hopping around Europe, right in time for that Icelandic volcano actually. We hopped from Amsterdam to Ghent to Brugges to Brussels to Paris to London. I saw Wicked! And the Eiffel! Life is good.

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