• Who am I?

    Born in Manila and bred in Melbourne, I specialise in creating content that emotionally inspires people.

    Producing results

    I'm currently with the guys at Become: a specialist boutique agency that specialises in recruitment for the creative industry. As the Freelance Consultant, I service the freelance desk across digital, design, PR and client service for agencies and in-house brands, backed by a global network of candidates in our London, Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and Hong Kong offices.


    I've worked with Envelope: a burgeoning local start-up in the wedding space that launched in early 2015. My role as a Marketing and PR coordinator had me utilising storytelling to garner publicity for the product. This opportunity started me off nurturing my potential as a professional.


    I spent a few months with iD Collective: a boutique PR agency specialising in social media and experiential campaigns for brands the lifestyle sector. I worked with the talented girls at iD across content calendars, brand research writing press releases and putting together press lists for Reid Cycles, Tyrell Chips to Emporium x NGV on 100 Years of Australian Fashion.


    I also write for online publications such as BuzzFeed and Local Eyes Melbourne.

    Beyond a certificate

    I'm a Communications graduate from RMIT University, majoring in Media. Since the age of 12, I've been involved in various creative projects that have merited recognition, earning him a scholarship at the Victorian College of the Arts.


    My work consists of short films and live performances, both on stage/screen and behind, collaborated with various television programs such as "Tough Times Never Last" and "Tone Control".


    In 2015, I travelled to Montréal for courses in French, Film Studies and Propaganda at L'Université Concordia.

  • Passion for stories and curiosity for people

    Here are samples of Arthur's most recent collaborations:

    Fighting stereotypes through film

    A west-sider himself, Arthur produced this film in 2014 for RMIT's Film and Television program and received awards at the Newport Youth Short Film Festival in 2015.

    Handwriting robots and wedding registries

    Arthur and the "growth" team at Envelope utilised unique storytelling to create a new approach on the old tradition of gift-giving.

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