Voyage Studios is a media and post house that produces videos and films in high definition format. It was founded to provide assistance to organizations and independent filmmakers making stories in the Philippines and Asia. We believe there is no better way to craft local stories than those close to it. The creative team is composed of lens men and producers with backgrounds in international current affairs, documentary productions and filmmaking.
Chuck Gutierrez is a multi-awarded film editor and producer. His works have championed Filipino cinema in major film festivals around the globe including Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Pusan, London, Tokyo and New York. He is also a foreign correspondent for international news agencies such as CNN and Bloomberg. He is the co-founder of Voyage Studios which produce new breed of Philippine independent cinema with respected directors, writers and cinematographers in the Philippines today.
Diwa de Leon Coming from a highly musical family, Diwa got hands on musical training as early as 5 years old. His studies at the University of the Philippines College of Music and Philippine High School for the Arts, which he was valedictorian, further strengthened his musical knowledge. Today, with a Cinema One Best Musical Score award and several nominations in his bag, Diwa is highly involved with independent films, tv shows, commercials and theater. He is also a skilled hegalong player, a two string native Filipino guitar, which he uses for his personal music projects. He has released 3 albums with his band, Makiling, and his 1st solo album is in the works.
Ron Manalang Sambile (prosthetics / make-up) – Ron is highly sought-after for his work in special effects, makeup and prosthetics. Working since 2003, he has established himself in the industry with a long list of credits in Filipino fantasy and horror movies, television series as well as a slew of TV commercials. His costumes and special effects makeup in the films Shake, Rattle and Roll and Agimat and Enteng Kabisote received the Best Makeup honors at the Metro Manila Film Festival in 2009 and 2010 respectively.