Edwin Arceo has been taking photos since grade school when he got his hands on a Kodak Ektralite 110 format film camera. Later in 4th Grade, he bought an Olympus rangefinder in Japan that he used for quite a while and stopped while in sophomore high school because, you know, film and processing were expensive during those days. He renewed his passion for photography during his employment with CBN Asia where he was tasked to document events and medical missions using a Canon film camera and later on, buying his own Nikon F100. He started using a DSLR in 2004 and never looked back. Now he takes portraits, weddings, and corporate events.