Mon Jimenez

Ramon Jimenez ’72

Ramon Reyes Jimenez Jr.  known as Mon Jimenez, is a prominent advertising executive and is notable for being the Secretary of Tourism of the Philippines during the presidency of Benigno Aquino III.

Neil Doloricon

Neil Doloricon ’74

Social realist painter, printmaker, social critic and educator, Neil Doloricon is currently a professor at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts. He also served as Dean of the College and as chairperson of the Committee on Arts and Humanities in the Commission on Higher Education. Neil Doloricon is also an awardee of Gawad para sa Sining Biswal of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. He was also the holder of the Fernando Amorsolo and Guillermo Tolentino Professorial Chairs at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts.

Mark Meily

Mark Meily ’84

Mark A. Meily is a multi-awarded film director, producer and a film educator who started his career in the Philippines. He has directed campaigns for Procter & Gamble, Colgate-Palmolive, Coca-Cola, DocuSign, and FICO. He is currently the chair of the Filmmaking program of the De La Salle-College St. Benilde in Manila.

Dino Ignacio

Dino Ignacio ’94

Webby Award Dino Ignacio is the lead user interface designer at EA Games. He designs and directs the implementation of the user interface. He’s the main guy that takes care of the user experience and how players interact with the game. He is also known among tech-hipsters as the dude who made Bert is Evil back in the ’90s

Rodel Tapaya ’97

Rodel Tapaya is one of the most recognizable names in Philippine contemporary art. He is as multi-awarded painter whose works have gained critical acclaim by winning important art prizes and exposure in international exhibitions. He broke out in the art scene by earning the coveted top prize in the Nokia Art Awards competed among artists in the Asia-Pacific region which allowed him to pursue intensive painting courses at the Parsons School of Design in New York and at the University of Helsinki in Finland.

Cian Dayrit ’08

Cian Dayrit is an intermedia artist working in painting, sculpture, and installation. He recently won the top prize at the Ateneo Art Awards (2017) and was selected for the CCP Thirteen Artists Awards for 2018.