About Me

Creative design executive with a proven track record of successfully managing projects from initial concept through to completion. High energy, results-oriented leader recognized for innovative tactics and strategies. Reputation among peers for finding the most efficient way to facilitate a project or process without sacrificing quality. Background encompasses exposure to a variety of industries. Collaborated with internal and external industry partners in Hong Kong, China, USA and Europe. Strength includes the ability to develop rapport with individuals at all levels. Experienced in mentoring and developing graphic artists, product designers, 2D/3D animators, modelers, lighting and rendering experts, motion graphics designers, web designers, programmers, UI/UX designers, videographers, sound engineers, photographers and retouchers.
Developed ability to excel in fast-paced, time-sensitive environments. Intuitive and creative visual thinker with developed expertise in the non-verbal languages of art and design. Possesses strong problem-solving skills and an ability to manage time-sensitive projects. Recognized as a talented designer and a highly effective partner to marketers and internal clients on projects large and small. Combine passion for aesthetics with commitment to contributing to an organization’s bottom line. Rich ability to keep design work fresh and different. Excellent knowledge and use of Adobe After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Corel Draw, Photo Paint, Corel Painter, Curious Labs Poser, Rhino, 3D Max, Maya, Z-Brush, 3d Paint and the Microsoft Office Suite, among others. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, fluent in English and speaks Mandarin.

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Ancient Warior Painting Tutorial- Featured in 2D Artist magazine Issue #035

November 3, 2008 | 0 Comments

The challenge was to create an ancient warrior character. So here I made a big guy from where I imagined him as a tough war leader of an old Assyrian Empire. Lately, I have been doing several exercises on human anatomy. So when I heard about this challenge, which involves sketching a human figures, I instantly jumped in and start making my warrior entry. I had a lot fun doing […]
Wraith Goblin Tutorial Featured in 2D Artist magazine Issue #034

October 5, 2008 | 0 Comments

August has been another busy month for me. It is peak season for designing and making new arts for my regular clients. Nevertheless, thank God, I managed to endure some sleepless night to finish an entry for The Super Villain Contest in conceptart.org and this time I win 3rd. The contest was about creating an illustration or concept of your own super villain, and so this was my entry to […]
Butterflies in Macro: Published in Digital Photographer Magazine

September 20, 2008 | 0 Comments

This was my entry to Digital Photographer Magazine ” Macro Photography Call for Entry.” How glad I am when I discovered that DP Magazine Philippines is printing my entry Mr. Butterfly on their 48th issue of. Even more excited the next week after when Melo arrived here in China and brought a copy ( Thanks to Ace for giving me the magazine! ). It was my first try in submitting […]
Carrot Spaceship Tutorial Featured in 2D Artist magazine Issue #033

September 14, 2008 | 0 Comments

I joined an art contest about the painting a stylized spaceships, it was held in conceptart.org website and sponsored by Zoo Publishing. I am very pleased to announce that my entry Carrot Spaceship wins the contest 1st Place. As part of the prize, they sent me a DVD tutorial for 3Dmax and a complimentary copy of Digital Arts Masters viol.2 ( it was hard bound! yeah! ). I am also […]
POP Girl Michele

April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Triple colored lollipop, old-fashioned necklace beads and Hawaiian tops. This retro themed photo shoot with Michele was really educational not only for me but also with the other two photographer friends with me. Michele was my friend’s house mate and during my visit to them, we just had an idea of having a photo shoot session in old-style look and for Michele as well, it is her first time to […]
Punk Themed Photography with Villaverdes

January 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

They’re punky, they’re whacky and they’re wearing Caesar d’ Carabao Shirts! Marlon, Janice and AJ are one small crazy family. We have been discussing this idea for a while of shooting a family picture for them. Part of the concept is to have them wear Caesar d’ Carabao shirt, a brand of shirt that Marlon launched a couple of years ago.
Bolt Action Live in True Colors Bar!

April 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

For those who didn’t know Bolt Action, they are the coolest if not the funkiest expat band based in Shenzhen. Winner of the Shenzhen Global Battle of the Bands 2010 and playing regular gigs every Friday night at Enigma Bar Shekuo. These guys deliver big sound with their own brand of funky music. They have mastered the art of blowing peoples mind with good vibes and stage presence. These shots […]
Philippine Marine Life

October 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

These pictures of colorful fishes and corals was taken during our visit in Manila Ocean Park. This was the second biggest aquarium I visited, next to Ocean Park Hongkong. They have an interesting collection of fishes and with a good introduction to Philippine marine life. All in all, we enjoyed our stay. For me, it was a good chance to take photos and a fun mini adventure for my wife […]
Amazing Obando Fishing Village

February 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

Bulacan prides itself for its rich cultural heritage. This province figures prominently in Philippine history as many national heroes and political figures were born here. Well actually it’s not what we went for there. One of my colleague, Rose invited us to visit her granpa’s fish pond, there we had a treat for delicious seafood and a chance to go fishing. All seven of us went there. I was just […]
Shanghai is Awesome in the Night!

April 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

While in the daytime, it is awfully colored grey, Shanghai offers its most amazing views during the night. The Bund and most of the Pudong area shines in elegance and luxurious while being modern. Most of the French architectures now are completely restored ( compare to the last time I went in 2009) and while you can see those spectacular streaks of lights, you can really have this sense of […]


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