Mike Dee is a photographer & videographer based in Manila. His work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, and Esquire, with clients including Mercedes Benz, Land Rover, Jeep, and Honda. He is the head photographer, creative director, and co-owner of Night Shift.
As GRID's Art Director, his work has earned accolades from the 2018 & 2019 Adobo Design Awards. When he isn’t behind the camera or in front of a computer, he is traveling the globe, freediving, or playing basketball.
Uncovering the case of the missing siling labuyo.Read More >>
Miguel Luis, creator of the conversation game So Cards, writes about the power of a good question.Read More >>
Filipino Sign Language has existed for hundreds of years. Now, thanks to the local Deaf community, it's finally being recognized.Read More >>
The hello’s and how-are-you’s: we check in with our partners to see what they’ve been up to.Read More >>
What draws someone into a craft, and what keeps them in it? An exploration of craft-making skills leads to picking up a few lessons from three modern-day artists.Read More >>
Carlo Huerta Echegaray, head chef of Samba at Shangri-La at the Fort, shares his experience as a Peruvian chef in the Philippines and what it means to connect our cultures through food.Read More >>
Millions of pounds of food continue to go to waste, often due to their physical appearance. But why should looks be so important for food that’s valued for its nutrition?Read More >>
Fotomoto 22: Home is now open to the public in the Parola Gallery until December 9. Days before the opening reception, Stephanie Frondoso sat down with Team GRID to talk about the experience of curating this year’s exhibit.Read More >>
Borongan is on the cusp of reinventing its sleepy town into a Visayas surfing capital. Learning from the cautionary tales of its predecessors, the city is masterplanning its transformation by sports tourism.Read More >>
Writer Sandie Gillis respectfully paints a picture of life in Lake Sebu, from half a world away.Read More >>
What makes for a gastronomic epicenter is also home to an unlikely mango farm: in San Roque, Pampanga, the Mama Sita Foundation has cultivated mangoes on par with the mango capitals.Read More >>