Looking Back & Forth (Part 2 of 2)

Continuing on from my favorite digital media projects of last year as seen in , here is compilation of my favorite fashion editorials… There were recurring retro themes, all with a mash-up of different eras in an outfit. I thrive on the playful, so expect to find unexpected mixes like a Sixties Space-Age Marie Antoinette, the Roaring Twenties with a rocking … Keep reading

Night Vision: Dark Glamour for Sense & Style Magazine

A concept that came naturally to me and paired well with the month of October was Gothic. But of course! Thank you Hector Reyes, Editor-In-Chief of Sense & Style Magazine for allowing me to play yet again! Since this was a beauty shoot, I enlisted the talent of Archie Tolentino. We did shoots a few years back with … Keep reading

Fanta-SEE Fashion with Sense & Style Magazine

Taking Filipino fashion up  a notch (or two or three) with this shoot I put together for the September issue of Sense & Style Magazine. Prepping the edgy and intricate outfits… And finishing touches on our gorgeous supermodel, Girlie Benitez… Some of the action taking place behind the scenes. One of my favorite looks…. I love how the body piece (made of … Keep reading

A Sneak Peek? More of a Deeper Look Behind the Scenes with High Life Magazine…

It’s been awhile since I worked with this group. Last February’s Sugar Rush seems like forever already. So as soon as my schedule permitted, I grabbed the opportunity to work with this family again. I’ve been wanting to do something “architectural” lately, something High Life Magazine would be open to as they’ve always been very receptive to my ideas. Thank … Keep reading

Kevyn Lettau in Concert: Eye-Catching in Philippine Designs

In the blink of an eye she said “Yes”. The Philippines has a special place in Kevyn’s heart. She didn’t hesitate one bit when asked to return to her second home to take part in Heal Our Land, a benefit concert that took place last January featuring both Filipino and international musicians for the Typhoon Yolanda victims. … Keep reading

Eyes on the Pineapple: Piña Pride

Seeing our country’s own pineapple fiber (piña)  put to greater use in fashion beyond the usual and traditional route has always been a source of national pride for me. In the past few years, Tan-Gan (known for their knits) has been incorporating piña into their designs. I find myself featuring more of their pieces for my fashion editorial … Keep reading