Resource Speaker/Expert: Edwin Tuyay
Room D – June 02, 2018 | Saturday, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm (Half day)
Yearly, Philippines corporations and companies are required to submit to the Securities and Exchange Commission, their financial standings through annual report in the form of magazines. This is the time of the year where photographers for executive portraiture are in-demand. We will teach basic and advanced lighting techniques, posing the CEOs and company officers, how to break into, pricing, etc.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Edwin Tuyay is a photojournalist,street and corporate photographer. He started off his career as a still photographer for local and international film productions.
Then applied for staff photographer position in the Manila Chronicle newspaper from 1986 up to 1988. He covered the Senate, Malacanang Palace, Military and Congress beats. He was sent to Spratly Islands by the editors of Asiaweek and covered the hot spot group of islands. After that assignment, he was eventually hired as their first staff photographer by the Time-Warner Company based in Hongkong. He covered major events, like the ASEAN Summits, SEA Games and photographed movers and shakers of the region.
He likewise free-lances for Newsweek, Time, Fortune, Paris Match, New York Times, Esquire, etc.
His corporate accounts are Ayala Group of companies, Metrobank, LandBank, STI,Lopez,Inc., BancoDeOro. Jolibee,JG Summit, Manila Water, Lopez Group,etc. His book credits include Mt. Pinatubo: 500 years after, Eyes on Asean, Philippines: Spirit of Place, the Phillippines: A journey through the Archipelago, 100 years of Meralco, DBP: 50 years, EDSA People Power 2, The Cory Aquino Funeral by ABS-CBN,Avida: 20 years,DBP’s 65th year. Land Bank’s “Harvest of Heroes” coffee-table book.
He is a regular member and Past Vice President of Wedding & Portrait Photographers of the Philippines (WPPP).
He is a lecturer for Photojournalism at Philippines Center for Creative Imaging.