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August 16, 2012

Design Talks at the Ayala Museum

For the third installment in its third season, the Ayala Museum DesignTalks lecture series will bring to stage brothers Ryan and Randall Dagooc of MangoRed on August 18, 2012.
A novel and somewhat peculiar company name perhaps to most, MangoRed offers to spice up the way prenuptials and wedding photography are commonly executed. Their client base includes the country’s glitterati, rock stars, creatives and non-celebrity aesthetes, all wanting flavorful and offbeat wedding albums to boast to their family, friends, and even the generations succeeding them.

Joined by their posse of artists and designers and guided by their anti-romance manifesto, MangoRed’s signature style caters to couples who are not afraid of the unexpected. The end product is nostalgic but timeless, rebellious but sentimental, and cinematic but authentic. More importantly, their brand of photography allows people and their personalities to shine through, instead of just the event being celebrated.

MangoRed is now reputed for its rock and roll spin on wedding photography, an otherwise typical industry of predictable and contrived visual compositions.

Admission to the talk is P300. Discounted rate of P150 is available for students, teachers, senior citizens and Ayala Museum members with corresponding IDs.

Since its inception in 2010, the DesignTalks lecture series boasts a premier roster of speakers who have demonstrated their excellence in various creative fields - from fashion, interior and furniture design, jewelry, videography, advertising and graphic apparel.

Ayala Museum initiated these lectures to educate and inspire Filipinos who aspire to be part of the creative industry. The series also helps promote and situate the local design panorama.

Contact Details:
For inquiries, please call (63 2) 757-7117 local 24 or 35 or email:
Ayala Museum
Greenbelt Park

Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

Saturday August 18, 2012 3:00 PM

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