We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.
Founder and All-around Errand Officer
Ra’z is a multi-disciplinary artist, community arts organizer and “soul farmer”. His creative community endeavours has spanned more than two decades – working on arts and culture, nature conservation, and community development. He graduated with a degree in journalism at Silliman University. In 2019, he was a fellow for SEAΔ Arts – a program co-created by Mekong Cultural Hub and the British Council. He is also part of the new cohort of the International Fellow for “Future Leaders” – an arts program by the Australia Council for the Arts. Recently, he was awarded a grant from the British Council to help facilitate and deliver the British Council Craft Toolkit to craft communities in the Philippines. And for four years, Ra’z has worked with the U.S. Peace Corps in the Philippines as Technical and Cultural Facilitator for their environmental sector – Coastal Resource Management programme. www.razsalvarita.com
Co-founder and Managing Coordinator
Elle is a painter and writer who works with energy and intuition – highly dedicated in channeling art as a form of expressive healing. Throughout her practice, she’s advocated for creative awakening for all – she’s performed on stage several times for The Vagina Monologues (VDay Dumaguete), supported the healing process for people, and facilitated community arts workshops among others. She’s exhibited her works in many art spaces in the country including the National Commission for Culture and the Arts Gallery; and the Cultural Center of the Philippines. In 2014, she became a fellow for the Silliman University National Writers Workshop. She lived in Ubud, Bali for many years and has now called Baryo Balangaw in Barangay Caninguan, Lambunao her basecamp. www.elledivine.com
Joefil is a seasoned community development facilitator for children and youth; and a staunch advocate for shifting awareness towards PWDs. His ability to hold space in a workshop setting delivers a memorable experience of growth and expansion for fellow advocates. He uses creative photography and painting as a tool for healing expressions. He works as a Program Assistant for the Children and Youth Sector with the U.S. Peace Corps in the Philippines.