Sunday, November 25, 2007
January will be a time for celebrations not just for the Ati-atihan and Sto. Nino devotees but fot me and the couples who will be wed on the first month of the new year. Myton Ouano will be one of these happiest people. Before I would show you my creations for his wedding, I am proud to show you his works as a photographer (I hate to say this, but I am proud also of having him exposed to this aspect of art!) in the land of opporunities.
His other works http://myton13.zenfolio.com
at 11:01 AM
With our hectic schedules, we still had time to feed our indulgences. Raymond who is busy with his business and building his abs and me with my own (work not abs!) we still had time to spare and enjoy the beauty of art, body, and photography. I guess it is time to flaunt what we possess and what we have worked for.
at 9:49 AM
Sunday, November 11, 2007
Friday, November 9, 2007
It is a fact that artists are unresting individuals, everything has to be done always- no time for rest and no time for love. So here we are again, with brain cells popping with colors we decided to stage another event and it is a follow-up of my First Nui Bodypainting Awards(NBA) in July of 2000. This time the contest will be held at the Balete, San Juan, Sipaway Island giving the spectators a real life experience of mystery and beauty. Using the century old balete tree as the backdrop, the NBA committee hopes to give the public a diverse and unique presentation which will start 12 noon in April.
The 1st Sipaway Island Festival that we have organized 4 years ago was a huge success not just with the goal of getting people to experience Sipaway Island but also with generating income to the little businesses in th area such as the food vendors, trisikad drivers, and the pump boat operators. The result was overwhelming and this April we will again be doing another one.
We invite photographers, artists, and SPONSORS(!) for this endeavor.
For details and inquiries, please email me or call 09155529645 and 034-7293019.
Your participation is very important.
at 5:55 PM
Tuesday, November 6, 2007
The recent Miss San Carlos City proved to the organizers and the sponsors that the talents of the city can create a spectacular event (even though I was only there for the production number and it was a good one), there is no need for the city government to spend 5 hundred thousand for out of town pageant coordinators who bring their own models who were vying for the title of Miss San Carlos with only a pinch of knowledge about the city. It was one horrible idea!
The Pageant Night was a good one for me since it gave me the chance to meet old friends and past Miss SCC winners that we (with my brother Alvin) have trained and now became successful in their chosen paths - yes, the path to marriage and finding a good husband.
And so I heard from a neighbor that "Dida" Tambis won and bagged most of the minor awards.
And I couldn't add more.
at 12:47 AM