Snaps and Drifts is a collation of my works as a photographer. Surigaonon by birth, Butuanon by heart and current an adopted son of Cebu. My aim, however, is not only to get good pictures but to capture the hearts of my viewers through my lenses as well.
An Asian wedding is different from what many envision for traditional wedding ceremonies. In Asian culture, the wedding follows ancient customs using brilliant colors with many different things for guests to see and hear. A photographer participating in the occasion is obligated to educate themselves on the Asian culture and understand what the latest trends are in order to be successful in their effort.
Huawei Philippines and Drift Stories challenges you to seize the best and finest moments of the Sinulog Festival 2020. Capture the sights and sounds of the grandest festival in the Philippines.
A highly urbanized city, Butuan City serves as the heart of administrative, commercial and industrial activities in the Caraga Region. It is the gateway to Northern Mindanao connecting the cities of Davao, Cagayan de Oro and Surigao.
Talisay City, one of the most promising cities in the Queen City of the South, takes pride in its very own Halad-Inasal Festival. Celebrated every 15th of October, this annual activity pays homage to their patron saint, Sta. Teresa de Avila.
Sandurot is derived from a Visayan term pakig sandurot which means to come together or a fellowship. The Sandurot Festival is a celebration of the hospitality and openness of the Dumagueteños and an honor to the city's patroness, Sta. Catalina de Alejandria
Pasigarbo sa Sugbo is a grand cultural showcase of the different festivals in the 44 towns (municipalities and component cities) that comprise the Province of Cebu. This most-anticipated annual event happens in August in line with the province's month-long founding anniversary celebration.
The Karansa Festival is an annual thanksgiving and merry-making celebration of the Danaowanons to Sto. Thomas de Villanueva. It is held every September, the month-long festival showcases the city’s past and present heritage and culture.
Wattah stands for “water” as this festival is offered to St. John, who cleansed and prepared the people for the coming of Jesus Christ by baptizing them. Regardless of who you are or where you’re from, everyone — and I mean everyone — gets a fair chance of getting drenched at the Wattah Wattah Festival
The Kahimunan Festival which is dubbed as the biggest festival in the Caraga region is an annual thanksgiving celebration of Santo Niño. The festival which aims to promote the rich and vibrant culture and tradition of the locals was founded by the first Parish Priest of Sto Niño Parish in Libertard, Rev. Fr. Juanito Belino
Minglanillahanons and devotees from all walks of life gather at dawn of Easter Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Sugat-Kabanhawan Festival is Minglanilla’s highly-anticipated event that commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Sugat is a Cebuano word for ‘meeting’, while kabanhawan is for ‘resurrection’.