40/52 weeks - Finally got to take a picture with 1/5 of the tarps I took photos for! This is from a super last minute shoot I did with AJMA AIMS a couple of weeks ago. First time my photos got tarped!
Poster by: Keith Tan
Make up by: Michelle Sarmiento
39/52 weeks - Covered (an hour and fifteen minutes of) UAAP Judo Day 1 last September 28! Seriously loveeee covering sports! Congratulations to the Blue Judokas for winning first and Lady Judokas for being the 1st runner up! You can view more of my photos here.
38/52 weeks - Always a great opportunity to shoot CADs!
Promos I made for my COM11 event on Tuesday!
Play for Charity! Take part in Beta Rho Omega’s 2k13 and Tekken tournament for just P100 and get a chance to win P1,500 cash!
Sept 24, 2013, 11:30 - 4:30pm, SEC C FOYER, Ateneo de Manila University
Finalists will proceed to the playoffs from 4:30 - 6:00pm Sign-up for the tournament here: 2k13: http://tinyurl.com/OBFOML2K13
Tekken: http://tinyurl.com/OBFOMLTEKKENFor tickets and inquiries please contact
Alexandra Natividad 09178532292
Lia Magno 09178317722
Walk ins are allowed.
Priority will be given to those who signed up for a slot.
Thank you, Juami Tiongson, Ryan Buenafe, Frank Golla, and JP Erram! #OBF
37/52 weeks - I was given the amaaazing opportunity to shoot ACTeaM’s RiB Finals Promos! Support them by watching them on the 20th and by liking this photo!
Photos by me. Poster by Marty Go.
36/52 weeks - Covered RiB for the first time last September 6 in the Irwin Theatre! Congrats to ACTM, Acomm, AJMA, AMA, ARSA, BOx, CODE, Entablado, Kythe, and Speed for making it to the finals!
(It’s also Zach’s birthday today. He thinks he looks super gwaps in this photo. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ZACHHHHH!)
35/52 weeks - Meet the owners of Wing It: Justine, Lala, Cel, Kat, and Arab! Catch them in the JSEC Challenge until Friday this week!
The GUIDON Sports: Peace within power: The Ateneo Muay Thai team by Chino C. Razon
Martial arts will always have a sense of violence, but it should not be limited to just that. Aside from involving discipline and mastery of technique, it is an art form that revolves around the value of respect.
“If violence is all a person sees in Muay Thai, then they obviously don’t know the sport as much as they think they do,” Lim says. “It teaches you to respect not just your teammates but your opponents as well.”