Thursday, March 17, 2011


Last Tuesday, March 15, the wedding industry came together to celebrate and toast to the man who changed the way wedding videos were made, Jason Magbanua. It's not only an honor, but a privilege to live in a time where history is marked with greats leaps in terms of innovation. This and more make Jason and his work a cut above the rest. He not only changed the whole wedding scene and the way things are done, he made it in such a way that there's no turning back - his work is THE standard. As it is, all wedding videos are now made in the same fashion as Jason's but as expected, he remains to be three steps ahead of everyone.

Because of him and other people like him, we are encouraged and challenged to do so much more, to be better at what we do, to give our best every time, all the time. Thank you for inspiring us all. :-)

Specials thanks to Abet & Benz Rana for inviting us to the 2nd edition of the W@W Video Fest. More power to you and the W@W community! :-)

Had my photo taken with the posters shot by Mangored for the occasion. Awesome concepts as always! Thanks, Puy Talde, for these photos!

Posing with one of the bouquets we made for videographers. :-)

After the program, we had a leisurely dinner and coffee break with our close friends in the industry. It's always nice to come together and while away the time, have that rare break that we all badly need. After this, we go back home and return to work until the wee hours of the morning. Ah, that's our life. :-)

To watch the shorts, please click on the links below:

JMag History by Bob Nicolas

The Bachelor by Mayad Studios

Impluwensya by Cinemaworks

Boss by Ian Cruz

BIO: Jason by Threelogy

Photos in this post by

Metrophoto by Oly Ruiz
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Showroom: The Wedding Lounge, G/F RFM Center, Pioneer Cor. Sheridan Sts. Mandaluyong City

Really Awesome Weddings (RAW) | Inspired by Redsheep by Puy & Chie Talde
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Landline: +632.425.3917

All bouquets were provided by Vatel Manila

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