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June 28, 2015

Baguio PhotoJournalist Celebrates Philippine Rice through Photos

What are the current projects you are working right now?

Current projects are the upcoming photo exhibition in IRRI, that is the “Rice Culture Of The Cordilleras. I also have an ongoing exhibit at the University of Baguio. It is called People, Places, Landscapes And Everyday Life In The Cordilleras. It is a permanent exhibit.

I am also prepping for another photo exhibition in Salt Lake City Community College for February 2016. This will be held in time for their multi-cultural week.

What do you like best about your job?

Meeting people, visiting interesting place and to sum it all – photography is my life!
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What do you find the most difficult about your job?

Photojournalism is a very challenging job and there is no template for it. It is a fleeting moment where every minute is a different story recorded in photographs. To put it differently, historical record of events as they happen.

What are your future plans and aspirations?

Im taking it in stride as I’m on my 6th leg of mounting photo exhibitions around the world. These places are Australia, USA (twice – one in Arizona and Hawaii), Canada, Austria and of course Philippines.

Ifugao Kalinga

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