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Francisco Guerrero

GRID Co-founder, Executive Editor

Francisco, or Paco, Guerrero is the Executive Editor at GRID. He isn't just a stellar photographer. He holds a degree in Anthropology and Communications from Goldsmiths College, London. He has been shooting travel and lifestyle images for a number of international clients while based in Spain and the Philippines. And as it turns out, this seemingly Spanish-bred Tito also possesses a surprising familiarity with Feng Shui—so much so that he is responsible for a recent overhaul in the GRID office. Thanks for the good juju, Paco.
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Just a couple hours away from Metro Manila, the dive hotspot of Anilao is ready to welcome visitors.
While on the road to Anilao, we take a detour through Tagaytay and Taal for GRID’s first trip out after the pandemic. But do we still remember how to travel?
As the tourism industry restarts, it's impossible not to turn to El Nido. What does the future of travel look like for the world’s best island? 
The beautiful shores of Boracay are, once again, open to travelers. But the locals say the road to recovery will need more than a tourism boost.
The freediving communities in Anilao, Cebu, and Panglao reveal the growing popularity of a sport that is as extreme as it is beautiful.
After setting foot at the highest peaks of the world—from the summit of Kilimanjaro to the pinnacle of Everest—there are no greater heights for mountaineer Carina Dayondon to conquer.
The world of off-roading, camping, and the great outdoors from the backseat of a Toyota Hilux.
The world is more water than it is land. There are men who answer the call of that 71 percent of the earth, getting to know the world’s oceans in the most pure, most extreme way possible.
Pearl farming is not a business for the faint of heart; this is a business for adventurers, for explorers, for those who understand that nature always wins.
From the very beginning, our history, our language, our land, and our personal stories have defied expectations. It’s time we celebrated our multitude of voices and, yes, identities.
What do you do when extreme weather has become the new norm?
Notes by producer Francisco Guerrero on the GRID Expedition, Day 1. The first day was all about waking up early...
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