Thank you everyone!! Today we successfully reached and surpassed our goal on Kickstarter. We are extremely grateful for everyone’s support and can’t wait to get things started! Be sure to check back here throughout the course of the project as there should be many exciting and interesting updates. Thank you all again for believing in us and in the project. It’s now time for a mini celebration after two long months of campaigning.
Although we are somewhat shy being the ones in front of the camera, we thought we would do a short video update as we enter into the final stretch of our campaign. We also decided to create a Facebook Page for the project to share more spontaneous updates during our journey. We think it will be a great way to send out quick updates once we get in the field.
With less than 30 days now to reach our goal we thought of offering some additional rewards for our beloved backers. Recently, we were able to get permission from National Geographic to reproduce some of Dean C. Worcester indigenous portraits taken back in the 1910’s. He captured some incredible images of the different Filipino ethnic groups during the beginning of last century. We are honored to be able to offer some of these vintage images to you for helping support […]
by Nahoma Maentz Fifty-five days. That’s the number of days left before our fund-raising on Kickstarter ends. Many of you have already seen or heard about this project that my husband and I are hoping to accomplish. We’ve got a long, long way to go still; nonetheless, we are working hard each day on spreading this out to everyone simply because we want this project realized. For the value that we believe it holds. It’s my husband who has always […]
Today is a good day! We have been working on getting our Kickstarter campaign up for the past two weeks and now it has finally been launched. Check out our Kickstarter page now to watch the video we put together and all the awesome rewards for supporters. This campaign is for the first phase of the project, basically to cover travel costs to collect stories and images from all nine indigenous areas. For those of you not familiar with Kickstarter […]