Anina G. Abola is a freelance copywriter
and make-up artist.

For copywriting services, please email
copy at aninaabola dot com.

For make-up services, please email
makeup at aninaabola dot com

GLOBE Annual Report: Day in the Life of a Subscriber Section

GLOBE Annual Report: Day in the Life of a Subscriber Section

Worked with M3dium as a copywriter conducting interviews and writing the articles.  
Annual Report 2010 - Splash Philippines

Annual Report 2010 – Splash Philippines

PROJECT: Interviews, Research and Copywriting Splash Corporation’s Annual Report for 2010
Brochure - Institute of Culinary Arts and Food Service

Brochure – Institute of Culinary Arts and Food Service

PROJECT: Brochure for Institute of Culinary Arts and Food Service as part of the creation of a brand identity
Brochure - Bonifacio Global City

Brochure – Bonifacio Global City

PROJECT: Marketing brochure for Bonifacio Global City
Latest entries
Feature Article for CampAIgn on 2011 Pride March

Feature Article for CampAIgn on 2011 Pride March

Review on Pulse.ph

originally published on pulse.ph August 18, 2010 Listen: Johnoy and Kakoy, “Pagtatapat,” and “Will I Ever Waltz?”

AVP Script for NAST-excerpt

PROJECT: Video on Biodiversity for an Exhibit at the National Academy of Science and Technology

Primer on Comfort Women

[As part of a proposal towards a documentary of the Comfort Woman, and in turn the Filipino woman. To frame them as significant bearers of culture, not as victims of colonial and wartime oppression, but as creators of the Philippine story.]

Review – Films

blog entry reviewing three films of Cine Europa.

Reading of Carol Ann Duffy’s Little Red Cap

academic paper on Carol Ann Duffy’s “Little Red-Cap.”

Feature Article for AdEdge Magazine

article in AdEdge Magazine November 2005

Essay on Television and Advertising

PROJECT: Creative Content on vittromero.com

Feature on Female Network: Shopping for The Graduation Outfit

originally published on the Female Network   

Feature on Female Network: Organic Beauty Products

Originally published on Female Network