Film & Music
In this puppy love story, a Jack Russel Terrier (Skye) and a Bichon Frisť (Lizzie) play two doggies that fall in love, at first sight.
But wait! There seems to be some tension between their owners (played by Rojean Delos Reyes and Aidan Tasker Lynch).
Is there some sort of history between them?
The Elements National Music Camp is a gathering of the movers & shakers in the Philippine Music Industry.
On it's 4th year, the mentors & campers got together to create music with the goal of uplifting those affected by
the devastation caused by typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan, and as a call-to-action for the world to come together and help.
Members of the Association of Surfing Instructors Philippines & Australia, together with Sec. Ramon Jimenez of the Department of Tourism, and TIEZA get together to support the swelling industry of surfing in the Philippines.
Planet Zips SpinDependence event held at Arts in the City, BGC.
Sights and sounds at the ancestral heritage town of Taal in Batangas.
An original song. Entered and accepted at the first Elements Music Camp.
A Karl Roy tribute cover, rendered by a one-man-band.
Live performance of an original song, using a looper pedal, calling for reduction of pollution.
More Music & Film Work on Vimeo, YouTube, & SoundCloud
Josemari "JM" Quiblat is a Multimedia Producer, Director & Musician.
JM graduated from La Salle - College of St. Benilde with a degree in Multimedia Arts, specializing in Video Production & Photography. His film and video experience includes work for various clients (Corporate, 3D architectural animation, SME), advocacy projects, winning competition entries, and events.
Singing, guitars, beatboxing, playing the drums, and looper pedals are a few of his many afflictions. He co-founded bands such as Sleepwalk Circus and Crowjane (2007 Redhorse Muziklaban Finalist).
In 2010, JM was accepted to the Elements National Music Camp in Dumaguete, honing his songwriting and performance skills under the mentorship of music industry icons such as Ryan Cayabyab, Joey Ayala, and Gary Valenciano.
He currently works with Radio Republic, a dynamic hub for music, culture, and lifestyle in the Philippines.
His primary advocacy is the preservation and promotion of the historically significant Taal town in Batangas, most especially the beautifully restored 19th century homes that are part of his Villavicencio family heritage. The Villavicencio homes, filled with rare antiques and paintings by the masters (such as Juan Luna), are open to guests and also available for rent as a shooting location. Lunches serving authentic Taal dishes such as sinigang with maliputo, adobo sa dilaw, and Taal tapa, are available by reservation.
Photos, from left to right, by Wacky Gochoco, Francis Reyes, and Allen Aligam.
Music, film, and surfing are his foremost passions in life.
JM Quiblat is available for music or film projects, and open to collaborative ideas.
Curriculum vitae available upon request.
Email JM@Quiblat.com for inquiries.