An exclusive interview with Filipino photographer Veejay Villafranca, winner of the Photobook Art Award in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
SIGNOS, by Veejay Villafranca [Philippines] is a Documentary Award Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
SIGNOS, by Veejay Villafranca [Philippines] is a Photobook Award Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
Hannah Reyes Morales is a Filipina photojournalist whose work focuses on individuals mired in complex situations created by inequality, poverty, and impunity.
On 19th August 2017, we hosted a mini celebration of photography with Popup Photoday Manila at Shutterspace Studios, Quezon City Philippines.
The Workshop Grant, kindly sponsored by our partners Shutterspace Studios, is open to application by Filipinos who work with photography or images on social stories or campaigns.
In the past year, Filipino artist Carlo Gabuco has laid down his brushes for his camera to document his country’s brutal path towards cleansing her drug problem.
Death by Drowning is a collection of photographs taken around Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines and one of the largest in South East Asia. Made by Dianne Rosario during the IPA Mentorship Program.
MAPA Books, a new independent publisher in Southeast Asia, debuts its first title in a slate of publications with Ili, a monograph by Baguio-based veteran photographer Tommy Hafalla.
I fell on a pitch black hole, I even walked my way to insanity. I initiated hospitalization. I’m out now and the most important thing is I am still here.
Basilio H. Sepe was the Philippines recipient of the Angkor Photo Travel Grants. Souled Out was made during the 2016 Angkor Photo Workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Slideshow Video: Filipino photographers and a documentary videographer set out to document the deadly war on drugs in the Philippines. Warning: Graphic Content.
On the 3rd Anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan, also known as Super Typhoon Yolanda, disaster in the Philippines, we catch up with photojournalist Veejay Villafranca on his long-term project SIGNOS and the urgent issue of Climate Change.
In Southeast Asia, our understanding of photography is largely framed through the binary of photography versus art, which morphs into the other dichotomous paradigm of straight photographers versus artists who use photography.
A drug war was also waged at this time I took these photos, and the results were the same. The drug trade continued, other people replacing the dead ones to rule the drug cartels.