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Photo Studio theROOM Manila-Quezon City
Philippines

Photostudio TheRoom Quezon City Manila - Ian Felix Alquiros

http://daroom.multiply.com/

+63 917 863 4899

+63 917 545 7566

Photography Studio

space rental for:

GoSee - Castings - Auditions

Make-Up Studio/Demo

Photography Workshops

Photo Exhibit / Launch

intimate events:

Book Launchings

Ramp Shows

Press Conference

Parties

in-house professional services:

Casters

Photographers

Make-Up Artists

Stylists

Models

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Uploaded: 12/01/2012
Updated: 04/02/2013
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