A gray cat slinks past a wooden house.
There’s something a little intimidating attempting to describe.
Maz De Roxas armed a pencil in hand and began her early foray into art sprawled on her bedroom floor amongst a spread of torn notebook leaves. She grew up taking photos, creating films, writing essays and spending every summer day watching movies. It was during this time that she was introduced to the home camcorder, the non-linear editing system and a new method of expression. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and studied Professional Photography at De La Salle College of Saint Benilde Manila and took up Fashion Photography at Fashion Institute of the Philippines.
She also attended different photography and videography workshops, seminars and trainings around Philippines and other countries in Asia where she improved her versatility as an artist. While studying in college, Maz found an early burst of recognition. Her work had the honor of being part of the Photo Elite Productions. Maz De Roxas is one of the young fashion photographers in the Philippines. She is one of the few who started early in pursuing one’s passion in life and is very proud of it.