You might be thinking, “Who is this ‘Naked Photographer’ you are talking about?” Well, I first know of him way back November 9, 2012, when he was here in Cebu City to photograph the event of the Queen of Cebu 2012 Pageant. I haven’t met him in person (not yet) but I featured his photo with Michael Carandang, Maria Venus Raj and Mark Elardo McMahon at the judges’ table during the pageant night at Pacific Grand Ballroom of the Waterfront Cebu Hotel and Casino.
Without further ado, the “Naked Photographer” is Ash Reginald Evasco.
The Sinulog adventure of the Naked Photographer in Cebu
During the Sinulog Festival in 2013, Ash dropped by Cebu City to join the celebration of the grandest festival of the country. But before arriving here in the Queen City of the South, he went with his friends and enjoyed the pristine beaches of Bohol.
On January 19, 2013, he posted a photo on Twitter and tagged us. He announced his arrival to Cebu City a day before the Sinulog Grand Parade.
The Naked Photographer was even there at the Sinulog Invasion 2013 Street Party held at the Baseline Complex, organized by our friends from RHIPSTOP and Spectrum Philippines.
Before we go a little further of his shared photos on Twitter, let us have first a short personal background of the Naked Photographer.
Ash Reginald Evasco
A young professional photographer from Manila, Philippines that shoots various subjects such as people, landscapes, urban, fashion/glam, commercial, etc.
His photography works evoke beauty, story and undoubtedly larger than life images that people don’t normally see. His works bring out the hidden beauty of the subjects.
VISUAL ARTIST. FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER. Events Documentation, Brand, Fashion, Portrait, Headshot, Stock, etc. Check the Official Ash Reginald Evasco Photography Facebook Page to see more of his works.
After the Sinulog Grand Parade, the ‘Naked Photographer’ didn’t forget to tag us in his photos as he went to Mactan International Airport for his return flight to Manila.
His photos are breath-taking and he captured the feel of the festival. And we would like to thank Ash Reginald, “The Naked Photographer” Evasco for sharing them with us.
For more of The Naked Photographer’s works, follow him on Twitter @AshReginald or subscribe to the Official Ash Reginald Evasco Photography Facebook Page.