My college friends and I have often eaten at Kagura in Little Tokyo, Makati since we were still struggling students. Almost 5 years later after graduation, we went back to this haven to have some classic okonomiyaki - never gets old, the food and the company. This time, the difference is we have Chase with … Continue reading Back at Kagura
Inspiration is everywhere. For me, images can be broken down into lines, patterns, shades and colors. There's a phrase I stumbled upon somewhere recently, where it values the importance of artists to always surround themselves with creativity, regardless of how big or small. I try my best to uphold this and keep myself open to … Continue reading Untitled Landscape
In college, I was the classmate who would constantly hold a camera up to people's faces and take photos/videos of everything. Today, I'm picking up my camera again and starting from "scratch" with photography. It's been a short quarrel earlier today with the dials and buttons of the camera, adjusting to light and angles and … Continue reading Test Shots – Chase Gosingtian
Note: This review contains no spoilers about the film. Sometimes, it takes one man to make the first step for everyone else to follow -- in this case, it takes one woman. The latest DC Entertainment, Inc. (DCEI) film, Wonder Woman, as you might have heard, is a vindicating experience after Batman vs Superman. After an … Continue reading Heart of Gold — The Latest ‘Wonder Woman’ Film
For Honor seemed to have done their homework on creating good stories for an RPG. The story map focuses on the 3 different classes: Knights, Vikings, and Samurai. The interesting thing though, is each chapter is interlaced with the others.
Finally, the last batch of photos from this trip after x months! This is probably the most colorful day we've had, originally having plans but not really having an exact plan -- which led to a pretty cool experience of getting lost.