Cel's head exploding followed by my head exploding.
Neil Patrick Harris is nearing a deal to appear in the May sweeps Glee episode that’s being helmed by his Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog director, Joss Whedon.
I had this shoot for Playboy Philippines sometime last year, and I believe the title of this post would catch the interest of some of my orgmates at Quill. Haha, sorry, Lala! It was just on a feature that had Team Manila in it, and when I went to their Jupiter office for the shoot I found out that Lala was one of the artists there. Anyway, here's the pic:
To my knowledge, this is my second published cover photo (Summit doesn't usually give magazine copies to its contributors and I am lazy at collecting all the mags in which my photos appear, so there could be more), and one which I am particularly proud of because this was my first time to shoot a house for Real Living (I previously only shot products for them), and they probably liked my photos enough to put one on their cover. Also, around 20% of the photos in this issue were taken by yours truly, and it's a Jan-Feb issue, so it gets to sit on the shelf for an additional month. Yey!
This little guy came into the world last Friday the 13th, to a name we had already decided on way before he came out, and means "he who listens to secret lore." Kind of fits with the date, don't you think? Buti nalang hindi Valentine's Day, hehe. Photos taken less than a day after birth.
Simon Rune Coscolluela
with masked bandits.
John Updike, the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, prolific man of letters and erudite chronicler of sex, divorce and other adventures in the postwar prime of the American empire, died Tuesday at age 76. Updike, best known for his four "Rabbit" novels, died of lung cancer at a hospice near his home in Beverly Farms, Mass., according to his longtime publisher, Alfred A. Knopf.