I dont “do” graduation photos anymore. It’s just one of the hats I hung up a few years back. Along with familiy portraits.
It’s only if I really love the people and think they would be amazing to capture that I’ll indulge.
Miss E was one of ...
I hung up my Wedding Photographer hat a couple years back. I ended strong and well. But knew I was “finished”.
I have kept in the wedding photography scene by doing some occasional second shooting with one of my dear friends and amazing Philippines photographers, Pilar Tuason.
When Anton’s ...
Last month my love and I, along with another couple, went down to Boracay Island for a getaway. It was in celebration of our 19
th wedding anniversary! woohoo to us!
I also brought my camera along and did a Lifestyle session. I dont do many Lifestyle session anymore…but ...
KLM and Digital Photographer Philippines ( DPP) magazine do this awesome travel contest for photographers and writers.
I have entered 2 times - the first time i was in the top 20, an insider told me - that one was a trip to Toulesse, France. The second time I was in ...
It’s true! I am holding a photocamp this summer for Missionary Kids!
If you know of anyone who may be interested, send me a note!
I may or may not have left my heart in Kalinga <3
When Anton’s mom asked me if I could photograph her son’s wedding from “my point of view”, I will admit….I was nervous!
Even though we have know the Guerzon family for over 15 years, the thought of having the responsibility of making lovely photos of a special ...
In Bataan is a remarkable resort/museum.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a place where dozens upon dozens of old buildings and home have been made to form this town-like place, a living museum. Its like going back in history. I’m so thrilled that I will be shooting ...
Right? I mean really..who
LONGS for cleaning out that storage room or shed that you continually stuff into and hope it won’t explode the next time you open the door?
I kind of think of blogging like that daunting task: I think about blogging often. More than I ...
Manila is so diverse. It has areas that remind you that you are in the tropics, areas that remind you that you are in the Philippines, and even areas that remind you of North America. The first post of MY LOVELY MANILA preceeds today’s post. Let me take you ...
i love when i get asked to do portraits of people and they ask me to be creative. it’s always fun, too, to have a filipino theme to them. i mean we ARE living here in the philippines. :)
i dont do many missionary family portraits here…but there is ...
Who doesn’t like prizes? I know I do. I seldom win contests but when I do…oh boy, am I ever excited! Even when it could be as simple as a chocolate bar! Hahahah!
To start off the new year, I am having
a photo contest every month on ...
in the fall i was asked to shoot some photos of a new and elegant spa located in salcedo village, makati…the business district’s residential area.
PARIS theme was lovely and the simplicity and elegance of the spa was inviting.
the details in
MAISON DE SPA were ...
It has been quiet around these parts of the web. but it doesn’t mean i have not been busy.
on nov 8, the world witnessed the devastation that typhoon haiyan brought here to the central philippines. our family’s
NGO, Gentle Hands, has been involved extensively. you can read ...
Over a year ago I had this notion…a notion that seemed like it could work.
professional photographers worked together with the hundreds of NGOs in this city? IF
Why you ask? It’s simple: Almost regularly I get asked,
“Why are you in the Philippines?” as many know ...