I'm a graphic designer who started in print before shifting to design and development on the web.
Since 2005, I've been doing frontend development and some work on servers both during work and in my free time. When I am not at work, I take photographs of the street life around me either in film or on digital.
I currently work in the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office as technical lead in the development of the Official Gazette PH, Open Data PH and its other online initiatives.
This is my personal website. What I post here, my views, rants, etc... does not in any way represent that of the office that I work for.
This Saturday morning, I woke up to this well-written article entitled, Five Nights in Pyongyang, supposedly from accounts of an investigative journalist going by the byline Chu Jingyi, for a publication called the East Asia Tribune. It was an awesome read, too awesome you'd be left asking if the story checks out at all. Read on to see for yourself....
#Latepost. Spent the entire afternoon taking photos in Chinatown during this year's Chinese New Year celebrations.
Tried shooting really dark scenes using my Jupiter 37A and the Sony A7SII