I still love the awkward poses as you may see from this image. Photo by Arielina Arevalo at Ayala Museum’s “Images of Nation” Exhibit Opening ©2019

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Jedd Francis De Luna was born on the 29th of July in Quezon City, Philippines. He finished his elementary and secondary education from Diliman Preparatory School in Diliman, Quezon City last 2012 at the age of 11 and 15, respectively.

He discovered his talent in dancing and singing at the age of 4 and 9, respectively. He was cast as ‘Max Detweiler’ in their high school’s production of ‘The Sound of Music’. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Santo Tomas – the institution where he was formerly a news anchor for their television program ‘Tomasinews’. He was also previously a full-time campus volunteer for Elevate and helped out in the University Belt area, particularly in schools near España Boulevard. He is passionate about swimming, playing the guitar and piano, and composing poems and songs. He is also knowledgeable in speaking basic French and basic Spanish.

Jedd is currently a Project Coordinator under the BPI Foundation, Inc. where he specializes in project management, events coordination, and business writing as he handles four extensive programs (in Entrepreneurship, Environment, Arts and Culture, and Employee Engagement) within the organization. He is also currently training his vocal skills with the BPI Voices Chorale under the mentorship of world-renowned conductor, composer, and musician, Maestro N. Arnel De Pano.

Other than dreaming about cheese pizzas and listening to songs from the ’80s, he dreams of becoming either a broadcaster, a recording artist, or a pastor in the near future. He is also currently discipling six (6) young men in terms of leadership, character, and faith, all for the glory of God. He is also passionate about serving his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in the music ministry of his church through the CCF Choir, still under the mentorship of Maestro De Pano.

“Give me your heart, my son. And let your eyes delight in my ways.” – Proverbs 23:26

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