After months of hard work, working on all kinds of Materials, we managed to pull off the Axe Anarchy Raid.
And then, some of the other stuff I’ve been working on have been popping up online, along C5 and even on the Radio.
On the agency side, I functioned as a Copywriter and wrote the script. And then I had the privilege to handle the Prod side as well and directed the video.
It was pretty fun. And I think it came out pretty good, all things considered.
I was part of the Creative Team behind this music video, helping them conceptualize this bit of branded content for Close Up.
These are two entries I made together with Art Director Aion Bato as Lowe Philippines’ Official Representative at the 2012 Search for the Cannes Young Lions. We were tasked to make a spot in order to create awareness on Human Trafficking.
My first and only experimental film and my first foray into my obsession with memory.
Half a Correspondence She Will Never Read
by Jopy Arnaldo
They asked me to write about the rain. I’ve connected the dots in my head and, at the end of the day, I’m writing about you. I already started a bunch of other essays on the topic already, always about rain, always about memory, but this letter was the only one that felt right.
by Jopy Arnaldo
“I’m hungry.” I declared.
“Me too.” she said. “I’m really, really hungry.”
I invited Elle to eat after coming to the mutual conclusion that we were both starving and that we would both prefer to be anywhere else but home, due to its effect on our sanity and the toxicity level of simply doing nothing in the small enclosed space we call our rooms.
A music video for Flying Ipis and their song Sssikreto.
This was a blast to make and I’m honestly honored that I got to work with such a great band and a wonderful crew on this. That and this was my first music video so it’s kind of a big deal for me as well.
My Thesis Film.
Synopsis: What if you had a Gallery wherein you’ll find portraits of all the people you’ve been with, and all the people you’ll ever be with? How does that affect all your future relationships? And, more importantly, what would the last portrait mean?
I had fun with this film. I learned a lot and, more importantly, found something important in the process of making it.