Thank you Esquire for making me your first “Woman of the Web”! This was shot quite some time ago so I still have shorter brown hair here.
“Despite the obvious beauty, talent and intelligence, Tricia is more than the sum of her parts. And her success is proof of that. She’s managed to build up a loyal fan base that reached numbers other bloggers only dream about. Of course, her success didn’t come without its share of drama, but the aftermath only proved what was there all along: Tricia Gosingtian is stronger than you think.” - Esquire Philippines
Chicosci’s What’s Your Poison MV is finally up on YouTube. Don’t forget to vote by typing in MYX VOTE WHATS YOUR POISON and sending your text to 2366. Vote for Wasak Waltz too, while you’re at it, lol.
Click here for the behind-the-scenes photos. :)
Chicosci’s What’s Your Poison? MV is coming very soon. It’s going to be mind-blowing and a lot different from the usual that we see on local television. Heard the first edit was shown at one of their recent gigs.
Yay for my third official music video appearance - the first one being Pedicab’s Ang Pusa Mo and the second being the recent Ely Buendia Wasak Waltz video. Or fourth, if I count the one with Stories of Now.
In the meantime, I bring you teaser photos.
(from my brother’s closet plaid polo with a hood, Mango denim shorts, Doc Martens, Forever 21 cross necklace)
Weren’t able to take more videos because my camera’s battery died on us. Excited to post the photos already!
Ely Buendia and Francis Magalona’s Wasak Waltz MV Teaser
Production House: Furball; Director: Jason Tan, Producer: Maria Diane Ventura and Erwin Romulo, Cinematographer: Anne Monzon, Cinematographer SY: Dix Buhay, Production Manager: Red Banque, Production Designer: Sharon See, Stylist: Mads Adrias, Caster: Norman Crisologo, Make-up: Lilian Yeung, Hair: Buboy Bajado, Lights, Grip & Crew: Cinerent, Talents: Shawn Yao, Tricia Gosingtian and Alex Keuls
About a month ago, I agreed to help an indie band for a humble project of theirs by being the pa-cute lead girl in their first music video. It was coincidentally shot at Ateneo, which was pretty awesome since I haven’t visited the place since I graduated last March. I was also able to meet some very pleasant people who had more or less the same geekiness level as me.
Thanks to Stories of Now for inviting me! The video’s a little cheesy, but the song is nice. :)
And of course, I couldn’t help myself - the photographer in me just *had* to shoot outtakes.
The viral video for Manila Design Week 2010 is out, and Toff and I are part of it as a make-believe iPod-munching earphones-slurping couple. Our part took a whole (rainy) afternoon at UP to shoot, but the cinematography is just too precious that it makes all the effort worth it. Good job, guys!
Check the video out, and don’t forget to drop by the What’s In Your Bag exhibit at GB5 next week since it’s going to be all about fashion and design, and so many awesome people will be part of it.
BRB, plugging shamelessly forever. I have so many things I have yet to post.
Something random from yesterday’s shoot. I need more lego rings in my life.
Random clips from my shoot yesterday with Liz and Kaye. I should totes try do this for every shoot that I do (for documentation)!
Been sporting this hairstyle recently since it’s really easy and low-maintenance. On lazy days, I just wear my hair exactly like the video. Otherwise, I normally make a higher and neater one (like a Japanese odango bun; a little like http://bit.ly/aIlEof).
I got my hair tie with fake hair at Saizen (Robinsons Galleria), and it was a miracle they had one that totally matched my hair color. I remember seeing these hair ties during my recent trip to Korea, and one of my friends told me it’s their secret to thicker, bigger hair buns. OH, SO THAT WAS IT. You don’t have to tease your hair and damage it in the process. OMG EPIPHANY
Would love to get my hands on another one to make my hair bun even bigger.
I was invited to be the DOP for 1 out of the 3 Blue Roast videos, since the directors wanted a lot of still shots on a tripod, and believed that my photography background would help them achieve what they wanted. Thanks for believing in me! Shot this with a 5D Mk II + 24-70L. First time doing something film-y, so… yeah. Too late to get film classes in Ateneo now that I’ve just graduated. Anyhow, this is the start of something new~ /sings
Directed and edited by Roel Mendoza and Jerome Rina. Director of Photography: Tricia Gosingtian. Production Manager: Ria Laurente. Production Assistants: Kasey Albano, Paolo Arago, Michael Caparras, Rob Cham, Mariel Flores, Gael Gatbonton. Cast: Paolo Salcedo, Pat Ocampo, Gino Echavez, Mikey Panopio, Monique Querubin.
Plz to be watching it nao! Looking forward to more video projects in the future. Still want to add more to the list of things I can do! Huzzah. I bring you screencaps:
Short clip from the shoot we had last Saturday. Edric the photographer played around with my camera’s video function. We’ve yet to actually film something seriously though!
This is just me smiling and walking, looking away and putting on my sunglasses, haha. Slow motion makes everything more dramatic.
After you curl your hair, tie it into a side ponytail. To make it more sophisti-cute, watch the video. Was inspired by some romantic spring hairstyles from recent Japanese magazines.
I just got back from a photoshoot when I shot this - thanks to Tina of Traffic Salon for the awesome smokey eyes.