—Started as a freelance photographer in late 2005 and contributes his works to Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) and Silangan Shimbun. Among other young Filipino Photojournalist, he was selected to be Philippine representative for the World Press Photo Foundation’s Asia-Europe Young Photographers Forum in 2006, participated by 21 Asian and European countries. He was also granted by Kondrad Adenauer Center for Journalism a scholarship for Photojournalism Course in Ateneo de Manila University in 2007. He also contribute his works to Newsbreak Magazine and Financial Times London.  --view portfolio--

The Binondo we see now is the same Binondo that served as a permanent settlement for the converted Chinese immigrants created by the Spaniards in 1594. Suffering the same fate Filipinos suffered in the hands of her tormentors, Chinese immigrants who refuse to convert their nationality were persecuted, which caused a revolt in 1603 that resulted to the slaughter of more than 20,000 Chinese under the command of Governador Luis Perez DasmariƱas.Chinese is very rich in culture. Some Filipinos are also adapting and learning the Chinese culture, preserving the Chinese culture in a way. Unfortunately at present, only few young Filipino-Chinese are getting interested on their cultural heritage due to Western influences.