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.
The Saulog Festival in Tagbilaran City, Bohol is an annual cultural affair honoring St. Joseph the Worker. The Saulog Festival was inspired from the local word “saulog” which means “to celebrate” or “to commemorate“. The first Saulog Festival was held in April 2013.
Cebu, like any other places in the Philippines has many spots where you could watch breathtaking sunrises and majestic sunsets. Being dry and sunny on most part of the year, Cebu is a perfect place to chase the lights of dusk and dawn
Over a hundred mile journey, 7 stops to 7 interesting towns. A day of adventure and learning. That’s the SouthWalk! Let's go?
Truly the CemenTOURyo was an awesome experience. Personally, the event made me love to know to more of Cebu a notch higher. Also, my daughter got the opportunity to learn and explore not just in photography but with Cebu’s history as well
#GoingMobile is a series of mobile photography walk within Cebu. The emphasis of this initiative is street photography.
Though the Sinulog Festival is a parade of vibrant colors, seeing them in mono brings a whole new experience. Here's our take on Black & White Photography for this year's Sinulog Festival.
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.
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.
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 remote tropical island of Malapascua has unspoiled and pristine white beaches and the people are super friendly making the island an ideal destination for everyone