Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Philippine Hoops

With a hoop on almost every street across the country, basketball is by far the most popular sport and rivals religion as the part of life that Filipinos love the most. During the games, sandals are the footwear of choice, the fast break is the best offensive option and defense is nonexistent. 

Monday, December 17, 2012

Homeschool x 30 The Garbage Dump/Cemetery

Situated across from the Manila International Airport in the neighbourhood of Paranaque, this garbage dump/cemetery which is home to hundreds of people, provided the setting for the 30th class. 

Thanks to the Office of Culture and Design and to Bonifacio Art Fund for flying me out to Manila and for all of the support for the 5 classes we taught during the week. 

6 Months later my picture stands

Barbed Wire Clothesline 

The Bathroom/Changeroom

The Classroom

Pizza Time

Grand Prize Winner for best drawing and behavior 

Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Characters of LA

Each time I visit Los Angeles, I am fortunate enough to meet very interesting people with animated personalities and compelling stories. In every photo, I try and capture their distinct personalities and let their unique traits stand out.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Los Angeles Structures

Known for the beaches, Hollywood and the stars, the structures and architecture of Los Angeles are often overlooked. The city has many amazing buildings with shapes, lines and symmetry popping out at every corner particularly downtown.Here are the structures that caught my eye. From The Getty to Watts and everywhere in between.