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One photo exhibit you should not miss

Posted in events by juned on the May 6th, 2008

I have been a fan of Ferdz’s travel snaps and this was before I met him in person. A visit to his blog IronWulf will tell it all. And I was lucky enough to be with him during the trip to Batanes. Ferdz really goes out of his way to get the “it” shot. He is patient and will literally trek to the most inaccessible spot to get the good shot. I mean to say he is devoted to his craft. I wont be surprised if I see him tied to the side of a mountain to get a good snap one of these days.

So Mr Ferdinand Decena aka Ferdz - blogger and photo blogger will be having an exhibit entitled Living by Water. The exhibit will run from May 12 to 27, 2008 at Filipinas Heritage Library in Ayala Triangle, Makati City.

Here are the details about the exhibit:

Living By Water is my First One-man show exhibit. I do hope you support by visiting the exhibit on the said dates (and sign in their guestbook). The Exhibit will be held on May 12-27, 2008 at Filipinas Heritage Library in Ayala Triangle, Makati City. More details inside.

UPDATE: May 5, 2008

Exhibit/ Gallery Schedule:
+ May 12 (Opening Night) 6-8 pm
+ Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 9am - 6pm
+ May 24 9am - 4pm only

Thank you very much for the support and overwhelming response for this event. I really appreciate it.

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
From time immemorial, civilizations have thrived and lived near bodies of water. The reason is crystal-clear: water is vital to man’s existence. It is the reason why this exhibition pays homage to water and its significance to how and why people live by the water. Featuring photos that tell stories about the coastal Filipinos’ living conditions, reveal their culture, and relate their stories of survival.

The exhibit will carry a raft of striking images from across our archipelago. The Badjao Stilt Villages of Basilan. The Muslim Stilt Village of Rio Hondo in Zamboanga. The fishermen of Siquijor. The T’bolis of Lake Sebu. The rugged shores of Itbayat in Batanes. And the tranquil coasts of Iloilo.

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Ferdinand is a travel photographer and award-winning blogger. A graduate of Fine Arts, Major in Advertising at the Far Eastern University, he got started on film photography during his college years. He worked as a graphic artist and web designer for three years, pursuing photography as a hobby.

Landing his first publication job as an Art Director enabled him to embark on a new career ? as a professional travel photographer. Getting his fair share of freelance jobs and assignments, his works eventually got published in a number of travel magazines both here and overseas.

His website Ironwulf.net: En Route at www.ironwulf.net, is the chronicle of his many travels and insightful photography. It has received recognition from the both local and international media.

With eager eyes, a curious mind and wandering feet, this young travel photographer and blogger plans to do an exhibit on Asian Heritage sites in the near future.

David & Goliath event on the 8th of May … not! its May 6!

Posted in events by juned on the April 28th, 2008

I usually buy only a few clothes a year. I am not a dandy nor a fashion plate like my friends. But one learns to appreciate a good shirt - cool, durable and aesthetically pleasing to the eye (in other words pretty).

David & Goliath has an event on the 8th 6th
of May 2008
. Its called Little Losers Blogger Event. Only 80 slots are available.

Do not let the title fool its not serious. Some of the tags one can find on their shirt.

Dont Bolshevik Me
TRUST ME … I am a Liar
Bloggers suckzz

You can sign up here.

See you there on the 6th of May 2008.

Here are the specifics of the event:

Date: May 6, 2008
Time: 8pm
Venue: Mag:net Cafe, Bonifacio High Street
You are cordially invited to join us for a chance to embrace your inner loser.

In a testament to wit, candor and irony, meet David & Goliath’s newest brilliantly satirical horde representing what could be this generations’ biggest pop-culture paradox: being a loser has never been more cool. Expect the clever, tart-tongued graphic misfits to spin itself into fun and games as they prove once and for all that there’s no better time to be a LITTLE LOSER.