Gerome believes in thinking differently, in trying the untried and in accomplishing what is thought to be impossible. He does this by pursuing projects that are technically difficult and executing them well. He produces art objects as a way of sharing the experience and sustaining the practice.

Kite Aerial Photographer
born November 28, 1990
lives in Manila City, Philippines
graduate of University of Santo Tomas- College of Fine Arts and Design major in Advertising Arts- March 2012



Push It: Outstanding Thesis Exhibit 2012, Beato Angelico Gallery, Sampaloc, Manila


UST - College of Fine Arts and Design -  major in Advertising - batch 2011-2012 - Best Thesis Awardee for Photography Exhibit and Catalogue Design Thesis entitled "Windy Conversations: Between Camera and Kites"

Behance Philippines portfolio review - 98b - Recipient of Behance Appreciation Award for photography category - review conducted by Veejay Villafranca


98b ESC Projects - Windy Conversations: Between Cameras and Kites installation

ESC project - Future Market @ Transitio 1945 - Fort Santiago, Intramuros, Manila


Kite Aerial Photography: A Bird's eye view of Pictures of the World Below by Randy Urlanda in Manila Bulletin's Panorama Sunday magazine August 7, 2011

Camera Geek TV Episode 5 interview

The Art of Kite Aerial Photography by Cecila Angeles in Manila Bulletin's Picture Perfect July 26, 2011 interview by Angely Chi

Solar Daybreak Artist of the Week October 21-25,2013:

Slate Planner 2014, Looking Up No. 7, Kite Aerial Photography:

His work has already been featured in:

He was also part of the Push It: Outstanding Thesis Exhibit 2012. The Best Thesis Exhibit of UST-College of Fine Arts and Design major in Advertising batch 2012. Held at Beato Angelico Gallery, Sampaloc, Manila.

And was also awarded the Most Appreciated Presentation at the Behance Portfolio Review Manila November 2012. Held at 98b, Escolta.


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Artist Interview: Rex Aguilar

Rex Aguilar is a painter and a member  of INK (Illustrador ng Kabataan). I met him through 10a Alabama Art and Craft Fair.

In this show Rex talks about how he got started with art, his view on maintaining a painting style and experimentation, his upcoming show and a new direction he wants to integrate into his art practice.

You can listen and download the interview here:

Part 1:
On his experimentation

The similarity of his work to another artist and the difference

His early artworks involving the use of copper wires

His reason for the use of copper wires as a medium

How he got into the arts

What course did he first went into

And how he convinced his parents to let him transfer to Fine Arts

How he was able to subsidize his college studies

Where he worked as a Creative and his experiences working

How working as a Creative influenced his art practice

The reasons why he quit that job

Part 2:

How he got back to the Art Scene

Getting his first big commission

Why he never finished hi Fine Arts Studies in UP

How INK helps him in his art practice and how INK works as a group

The pros and cons of being an independent artist

His preparations for the upcoming Hong Kong Art Fair

Current project with Adarna publishing

Of working with clients and teams that understand you as an artist

Rex’ delving into community development and why

On working with Opus Dei and their beliefs about work

Note: There are no current transcriptions of this interview and for that Gerome apologizes T_T

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and to every Mom in the World :D

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