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James Lontoc

Photographer

James Lontoc is a Manila-based visual artist who practices personal documentary (diaristic), portraiture, fashion, and commercial photography. He's also a writer and a specialty-coffee enthusiast. He is co-founder of the creative group, NoReds.

https://jameslontoc.com/
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