Documenting Life in Manila and Beyond: The Intimate Monochromatic Images by Veejay Villafranca

Eric’s Note: When I was in Manila in January, I met Veejay Villafranca at an exhibition of Carlo Gabuco‘s paintings. I heard great things about Veejay’s work, and when I looked at some of his images on his iPhone I was blown away. Not only does Veejay have a great eye for composition and imagery, but… Read more about Documenting Life in Manila and Beyond: The Intimate Monochromatic Images by Veejay Villafranca

Understanding How to Live Truthfully and Happily: The Photographs of Geloy Concepcion from Manila

Eric’s Note: Geloy Concepcion is a young photographer from Manila, who is both interested in photography and street art.  Upon graduating from The University of Santo Tomas, he got selected at the 7th Angkor Photo Workshops in Cambodia, and has exhibited his work in Taiwan, Tokyo, and most recently in Singapore. If you are looking for… Read more about Understanding How to Live Truthfully and Happily: The Photographs of Geloy Concepcion from Manila

The Vibrant Light and Colors of Manila: Street Photography by Chio Gonzalez

Eric’s Note: Chio Gonzalez is a 17 year-old street photographer based in Manila, Philippines. He has been shooting street photography seriously for almost a year now, equipped with a Nikon D60. I first discovered Chio when he applied (and was awarded) for a student scholarship to both my Manila Intro and Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop. Not only… Read more about The Vibrant Light and Colors of Manila: Street Photography by Chio Gonzalez

Streettogs Gallery: An Analysis and a personal note of Jun Abe’s “Manila”

Eric’s Note: Streettogs Gallery is an on-going feature and intiative by Manila-based street photographer A.G. De Mesa. Check out more info here. A.G.: Coming back from a small hiatus, I’m bringing you my analysis and some personal thoughts of Manila photographed by Jun Abe and published by Vaccum Press. I would like to apologize if the images of… Read more about Streettogs Gallery: An Analysis and a personal note of Jun Abe’s “Manila”