The Company of Ateneo Dancers

Rhythm in Blue 2011

Henry Lee Irwin Theater

All rights remain to the legal owners of the music track(s).


Who says jazzers don’t have swag??? :))

Jazz DC team. Competition training can be fun! It was serious training after we made this. PROMISE.

Mitchi, Dani, Mikee, Suzie, Inez, Bertie, Bee, Tin


World Youth Day 2011
Aug 20-21, 2011
Ateneo de Manila University

My very first gig with CADs! Love you goiz!! Thank you for a wonderful first gig.


One of the teams that gave their all yesterday. Placed 3rd. :)

I am so blessed to have been a part of this mega team and this family.

Company of Ateneo Dancers at UAAP 74 Streetdance Competition. GROOVE GLORY GOD.

UNTOLD: CADS Year End Concert

I had the amaaazing opportunity to shoot UNTOLD: CADS’ Year End Concert last Februrary 28, 2014 in the Irwin Theatre (Thank you GUIDON and Retty). Hopefully this will be the last time I’m the only one not wearing a CADS shirt in the DNP box. You can view more of my photos here!


Join CADs and let the music flow through you as stories unwind in this one-night only concert. Steep yourselves in a Cascade of emotions as we remind you that the very essence of being human is to feel.

The Company of Ateneo Dancers presents: CASCADE

March 2 (Friday) || 7PM; doors open at 6PM || Henry Lee Irwin Theatre || Tickets will be pre-sold at P180 in the Doghouse starting on Feb 27 (Monday) || Door price is P200

For any inquiries, please contact JC Genato (0917.891.1091)

This event is presented to you by Analog Soul, Schu, The Body Shop, Smart Communications and Mellow 94.7, in cooperation with PLDT, Coffee Twist, Tortillos and IMI, with media partners: Dance Pinoy and Click The City. Also brought to you by Bayo and special thanks to Dunkin Donuts, That’s D Pointe Shop, BiblioTech, and Perfetti Van Melle.

Starring Deb Victa & Jak Mayo
Video by Antonio del Rosario, Rachel Nocom and John Tan


Cubao: A Photo Journey

I was on my way to cover the Company of Ateneo Dancer’s year end concert when I decided to make a detour as soon as I saw the sunset light. Moving past the fear of the possible dangers (at rush hour), I continued my way through the street I knew well–but not as much as I thought I did. No words were spoken.. only glances and a few nods to acknowledge each other’s presence. It was exciting, frightening, but most of all, worth it.