Posts Tagged:Philippines

Drone Videography in Philippines

It’s been a while but I thought I’d write down a few thoughts and share some of the aerial video we’ve shot here in the Philippines and a few other locations in Manila. It’s been just over a year since we purchased our first drone and started experimenting with aerial video and photography in the…

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Project Pearls

We’ve collaborated with Project Pearls to film and produce a promotional video for them to let potential sponsors, volunteers and viewers know what Project Pearls does. They mainly do feeding programs for 200-250 children a day, but they also sponsor students in school and offer tutoring to those who need help. Project Pearls has also…

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Post Yolanda Projects for Italian Agency for Development Cooperation

A few months ago, we were commissioned by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation under Italian Embassy Manila to document their 3 post-Typhoon Yolanda projects in Philippines. The schedule was quite tight as we were contacted end of April, 2-week shoot between Iloilo, Tanauan and Guiuan and we have to deliver an initial draft for…

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Paradise Music Festival

Music has always been an important part of my life. From a very young age there was always music in the house and as teenagers my parents were really supportive, even going so far as to driving 45 minutes to come and pick up my brother at midnight from concerts. I had to do cover…

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Miss Plus Size – Philippines

A pageant is never missing in an city or Barangay in Manila. But this one in Mandaluyong City, a special pageant is created for Plus Size women. Bilbiling Mandaluyong (Miss Plus Size Mandaluyong). Bilbiling means “flabby”, which is a spinoff of the word Binibining which means Miss. Miss Plus Size Mandaluyong. Miss Plus Size pageant was…

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DION (Day In and Out Nanny)

Day In and Out Nanny is a website that helps families find household help online – nanny, pets, elderly care. It’s like LinkedIn for nannies! It’s great that Dennis and Jacqueline (DION founders) thought of launching this service to other families; as they themselves having gone through finding the right nanny in Metro Manila and it…

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UNICEF and DSWD – Emergency Unconditional Cash Transfer

Last year, we went to Samar to film three families who benefited from UNICEF’s Emergency Unconditional Cash Transfer for Typhoon Yolanda. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has implemented the “Emergency Unconditional Cash Transfer (EUCT) for Typhoon Yolanda affected population in Eastern Samar”. The…

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Jose “Butch” Dalisay interview for the BBC

EDSA for me is stress, traffic jams and unfortunately a necessary evil when moving around Manila. EDSA or Epifanio De le Santos Avenue is the main north south artery running through metro Manila. It’s almost impossible to avoid when driving and is the epicentre of the frustration that many Manileños feel about the horrific traffic…

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Cutting Edge x Bantayan Back to Sea

   Geraldine It all started 2 years ago, a day after our wedding, when the Carney clan and some UK friends on a whim decided to go to Bantayan island to celebrate New Years. We booked a flight for the next day without expecting as much. We knew that Typhoon Yolanda had hit the area but…

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A Film About Coffee – Filipino Premiere

 Peter We were very excited to be part of the Filipino premiere of the beautiful “A Film About Coffee. “ The film was screened in Teatrino, Greenhills and the event put together by the lovely folks who run the Aeropress coffee bar called Habitual. As well as the video screenings, there was a cupping session…

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