It can be me; it can be you If you asked him something about him, he would tell you that since 2017 he has lived taking photographs in the United States. Photographer born in Pandacan in 1992 and based in San Francisco (California), Geloy Concepcion https://www.geloyconcepcion.com/ knew the chaos of Manila from a very young age, when he started making …Read More »
ILLUMINATE THE INVISIBLE AND THE INAUDIT – Why photography must be a solitary art
A way to channel loneliness and isolation Born in 1987 and raised in Bambang, Xyza Cruz Bacani https://pulitzercenter.org/people/xyza-cruz-bacani studied nursing before leaving the Philippines to help her family financially. Over time, thanks to her expertise and photographic sensitivity, she became one of the Human Rights Fellows of the Magnum Foundation. The photographs she made, especially inspired by her experiences as …Read More »
WHEN THE STARS SHINE IN A PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORK – BJ Pascual, a creative with an impressive fan base
Make interesting things from various cultures In elementary, he would always bring a camera to school, taking photos of friends in his makeshift bedroom studio. Before attended Parsons in New York, he attended De La Salle University in Manila. Best known for being specializes in fashion photography that he shares also through Instagram in 2013 professional photographer BJ Pascual https://www.outthere.travel/bj-pascualmanila/ …Read More »
DRAMATIC COMPOSITION AND WONDERFUL LIGHT CONTRASTS – Xyza Cruz Bacani: Street and documentary photographer based in Hong Kong.
Using photographic work to raise awareness about under-reported stories. Born 1987, she is a Filipina street photographer and documentary photographer. She is now a full time photographer, working on various under reported projects around the world. The eldest of three children, she grew up in Bambang (Nueva Vizcaya). Before leaving the Philippines (to raise funds for the education of her …Read More »