Born into a military family, I’ve lived in more than a few places. Bi-cultural, I enjoy the life-long exploration of my identity as a Filipino-American. For physical and mental fitness I practice Kajukenbo (Chu’an Fa Kung Fu), a martial art rooted in self-defense and street fighting. I enjoy coffee breaks, daydreaming, cutting and gluing things, and consuming TV shows and movies.

My interest in photography started in high school, where I served as photo editor of my senior annual. It was there that my exploration of image-making began to manifest. I like to think my photographic style teeters between abstraction, surrealism, and random happenstance. I’ve studied at Photographic Center Northwest, and have exhibited at the school’s fundraiser, Long Shot, since 2010.

My portfolio can be found at my site marivicpinedo.com.

Life would be extremely challenging, and would not be complete, without my supportive network of family and friends, and streaming.

Thanks for visiting!

© 2016


3 thoughts on “About

  1. Enjoy life as it comes. Time passes quicker as you get older. As one in his 65th year, I can testify to that. Keep writing. If you are like me, it will help you feel more alive. It gives you something to look forward to.

  2. I feel like every new stage of my life is like this… accepting things the way they are, while imagining what they could be, without becoming bitter.. it’s all a nice combination. Big bites out of life, for me, usually happen when I let things happen–an occasional random visit to someone, taking up an invitation that I might rather not… etc.

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