Yellow Light Archives
This photo series reflects on time, space, and movement. It’s about the split-second between stop and go—a dichotomy like yes and no. It’s yellow. And although the color symbolizes an uncertainty, the hope of a maybe still exists. Shot on Kodak Portra 800.
In an attempt to resist mainstream media, xxmm: dvlpd showcases Mother Nature’s impact on socio-political awareness. The photo series and accompanying thesis were presented at Project Censored‘s Media Freedom Summit 2.0 conference, where Amyra participated as a panelist and talked about concepts like cultural hegemony and eco-media. (Read the full essay here).
The Other Side
A young man caught between the trap life and redemption must choose his decision wisely before it’s too late.
Amyra Soriano is a writer and creator whose work has been featured on ABS-CBN, Hella Pinay, and East Bay Express. She is known for raw imagery and thematic messages related to time, culture, and identity. Her passion for storytelling and go-getter attitude allows her to tackle each project mindfully.
In 2018, she founded KIKAY / MEDIA, an independent production company rooted in innovation, integrity, collaboration, and creativity. Right now, she is in the pre-production phase for a coming-of-age (and slightly comedic) digital series. Amyra holds a BA in communication and multimedia.
Guilty pleasures include: almond butter & honey gelato, HBO’s Insecure, and most recently, Muay Thai.
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