Poverty, conflict, corruption, and human rights violations are very much the images seen by the outside world about this country.
More than ten years have passed since I planted my feet in the heartland of Mindanao. I have returned to do a documentary about the people of the environmentally protected areas in Mindanao.
Announcing our 3rd Photo Essay Asia Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2013: GERIC CRUZ, Second Star to the Right.
Hey Philippines, we’re finally coming over for a visit! Join us for IPA PHOTO CAMP MANILA.
It gets you along the way, the wound. It starts in the arms, burning you with doubt as you touch her. It climbs up to your shoulder, the doubt.
LARAWAN: Portraits Of Filipinos, by Lenny Limjoco is a collection of beautifully intimate essays and portraits of the people of Philippines.
This second Photo Kopi session is a virtual one, with influential Filipino photographer Alex Baluyut.
A story of a daughter looking for her father, a mother looking for her child: these are stories of longing and unconditional love of a family.
These portraits of Lumads from different marginalized tribes in Mindanao photographed in urban centers aims to show their alienation from their own land.
Jes Aznar is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
Nacho Hernandez is a Finalist in the 2nd Annual IPA Street Photography Asia Contest 2012 by Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA).
A new series of IPA articles where photographers share their First Click, and reflect on the beginnings of their journey and relationship with Photography. For our very first First Click, IPA contributor Tammy David reflects…
A major island in southern Philippines that was made synonymous to war and terrorism by the western world, Mindanao is a place unconquered by outsiders until the Americans came in during the turn of the century.
At The Metro is a collection of images that I gathered from almost three years of photographing the streets. These are fragments, bits and pieces, things that i believe represent me as an individual and the very society I live in.
An interview with Filipino photojournalist John Javellana about his project on life in the Vitas, Tondo dumpsite.