見る (miru) - to see


Photography has advanced in many ways. Often times one gets lost and busy taking pictures that he forgets to enjoy what’s in front of him. That has to change. In this world where almost everything is immediate, one needs to slow down.


MIRU is a collection of photographs taken using self-made pinhole cameras. Pinhole photography is an early and slow form of capturing images. It uses simple lensless cameras that allow light to pass through a small opening and records the image on film.


The photographs in this exhibit explore the artist’s relationship with nature and the One who created it. It embodies the artist’s attempt to live out and capture the essence of the Japanese word, "miru", which means “to see.”

Psalm 95:5 (Yours)

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Peace

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Panglao, Bohol

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Anawangin Cove

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Into the Unknown

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Psalm 27:5 (Shelter)

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Ashore

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Stranded

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San Antonio, Zambales

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At the End of the Day

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Psalm 42:1 (Thirst)

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Psalm 119:81 (Longing)

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Untitled

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Psalm 119:25 (Revelation)

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Lamentations 3:22-23

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Good Morning

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Psalm 18:36 (Direction)

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Lonesome

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From Under the Mahogany

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Covered

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2600

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CASA San Miguel

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Backstage Café

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Pasilyo

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Chill

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Serene

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Docked

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Psalm 89:9 (Growth)

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