Busuanga aerial landscape images on exhibit

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A clearing in the forest intended for slash and burn farming

My Busuanga aerials that I featured before will be in a unique exhibition. Entitled Earth & Art, this is Net 25’s Tribe offering for the environment.

A fusion of Earth, Art and Technology. Tribe, Net 25’s premiere infotainment program, captures the essence of caring for the environment in its second year of launching Earth and Art themed: ECO-Life through VideOmage – a transmedia exploration.

The medium is the message. Through 25 flat screen televisions, videos on the environment and artists with an advocacy will surely engage and compel th viewers to do their part in saving the planet.

I’m one of the featured artist/photographer and I will be showing my black and white series Busuanga: From Forests to Farmlands that surveys the topography of one of the country’s remote islands where deforestation is ongoing. Check estancabigas.com for a background on this work.

The event will be hosted by Christopher Sommereux and will be held at the SM North Cyberzone at the 4 Floor, 23 – 24 February 2010 (starting today). Exhibition is open 10 AM – 9 PM.

Call Feamor Tiosen for more information at 995 1325 loc 4482.

I'm a Travel and Architecture photographer, blogger and writer based in Cebu, the Philippines.

A true blue Cebuano, I make stunning images and meaningful stories. My work has been published in various coffee table books as well as local and international publications including Geo (Germany), Sunday Times Magazine (London), done photo assignments for Mabuhay and written posts in Smile.

My personal Photography work has been exhibited around Asia and Europe including Paris in France, Germany, The Netherlands, South Korea, China and around the ASEAN regional capitals.

I am a peripatetic traveler and have been to all 81 Philippine provinces and abroad.

Check out my portfolio site at StanCabigas.

2 thoughts on “Busuanga aerial landscape images on exhibit

  1. we always redo our landscape every 2 or 3 months to adapt to the changing weather.~–

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