Aaron Romero is a New York based freelance photographer with vast collections of photos of different categories ranging from portraiture, food, events, landscapes, artistic, and journalism. He is influenced by a great christian photographer Daniel Razon which is based in the Philippines and travels around the globe to train people who has interest in the field. Aaron is a member of Photoville International’s New York Chapter who pools photos for UNTV News and Public Affairs and Members Church of God International. A graduate of Diploma in Photojournalism through Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University, he is also an NYPD Press Card holder and a member of the American Press Association that covers current events in the New York tri-state area.
About my studio. The world is a boundless studio. Given this wide array of backdrops and props and lighting, the Artist uses every available medium to carry out his projects.
Arts. Soopereron as his pen name, is also a freelance illustrator, who worked with writers from the University of the Philippines National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education Development that formulated children’s text books for the said curriculum. “Ang Sopas ni Tomas” (Thomas’ Soup) and “The Curious Little Chick” are his two published illustrations from UP NISMED. Numerous comic strips here and there, he manages to make illustrations out of a particular topic. He is working on a project with a group of artists and writers to publish a picture book proposed to be sold in the United States. Aaron also writes poems and songs, most of his works are songs of praises to glorify his Creator. He accomplished a short course in Songwriting in Berklee College of Music’s Massive Open Online Course to have a formal knowledge in the field in addition to his love of music.
Background. Daniel S. Razon, also known as Kuya Daniel, and Mr. Public service. Inspired me of leaning into photography. In spite of all the things he taught me, I may say I still have a long way to go, there’s still a lot of things to learn. He is one of the two men that made me realize the beauty of the things around me, all the things made by God. I thank God for all the wonderful things he made, especially Kuya Daniel and of course, Brother Eli.
He’s meek, this man; the man who could
And all who walk like he be should
He captures light and traps each beam
And puts the Lord on prime esteem
Good odes he keeps in heart and mind
And teachings of the One most kind
Service, he draws on talent; flair
For those who need the utmost care
How meek! This man, this man who could
And be like he I pray I would
With works of good he mutely plods
He trusts the truth – that praise is God’s
Dedicated to a man who believes that service is sacred and for all the people who share the same faith.