Stephanie Alsay

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Stephanie Alsay

student, world traveler,photographer, graphic designer, aspiring human rights lawyer

  • 37 Cranberry Street, Brooklyn Heights, New York
  • +63-917-6278334, +1-352-3625119

My Professional Skills

influential, task-oriented individual

Web Design 90%
Video Editing 70%
Photography 95%
Wordpress 60%

Awesome features

Create magazine layouts, edited photos, video content

Social Media Management

Create, curate and manage all published content.

Responsive Design

Web designs that are simple, easy to use.

Event Photography

Capture birthdays, weddings, music festivals and more

Video Edits

Post-production management of videos

Graphic Design

Logo design, flyers, posters and other related graphic design needs

completed projects
design awards
instagram following
current projects


    So, what is a Liebster?  The meaning: Liebster is German and means sweetest, kindest, nicest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, and welcome. Isn't that sweet? The Liebster Award is given to up and coming bloggers. And Milu from Hello Lupi nominated my blog recently. Blogging is about building a community and it's a great way to connect with other bloggers and help spread the word about newer bloggers/blogs.

    Rules of the Award:

    1. Each nominee must answer 11 questions that were asked by the blogger that nominated them.
    2. You must choose 11 bloggers who have under 200 followers to pass the award onto.
    3. Then come up with 11 questions that they will answer
    4. Go to their page and tell them that you have nominated them
    5. No tag backs 

    Q1. Favourite Starbucks drink?
    - Toffee Nut Latte! Too bad it's only availablon Christmas

    Q2. Favorite fashion magazine?
    - Vogue, but I usually read Teen Vogue
    Q3. Do you have any pets? if yes - what is it and what is it name?
    - I have three Labradors: Buffy, Dash and Burto and 2 Shih Tzus: Ashley and Poopie
    Q4. What is the fashion trend you secretly wish it would come back?
    - Anything retrespecially 20's-60's fashion
    Q5. Do you wear passion red lipstick? 
    - Nope! But I do in special occasions! 
    Q6. Favorite designer?
    - Anna Sui and Vera Wang
    Q7. If you were house shopping, what is priority... an awesome kitchen or a huge walk in closet?
    - A huge walk in closet! Hahaha!
    Q8. stripes or polka dots?
    - Stripes
    Q9. Have you ever had a crazy hairstyle?
    - Nope
    Q10. Favorite nail polish color?
    Avon Nailwear Pro+ Nail Enamel in Sweet Pea Dream and Chanel Le Vernis in Fracas

    Q11. Do you hate or love Kim Kardashian?
    - She's alright! But my favourite Kardashian is Kendall Jenner

    My Questions for the Nominees:
    Q1. What is your favourite trend this season?
    Q2. Favourite fashion blogger?
    Q3. What are your signature fashion pieces?
    Q4. Name three things on your current wishlist
    Q5. A beauty product you can't live without?
    Q6. Favourite quote?
    Q7. Holong have you been blogging?
    Q8. Coffee or Tea?
    Q9. Name your top 3 favourite bands
    Q10. Favorite MAC lipstick color?
    Q11. Name 3 celebrities who have amazing fashiochoices

    My Nominees are:


    Back to blogging once again! So sorry for the blog hiatus, I have been trying to enjoy my last few weeks of summer vacation. I've been really busy and exhausted lately! I decided to make that long awaited outfit post I never got around to do. But this look is really simple so don't expect much. Hahaha.  Anyways, the blog lag has been way too long so finally here's an update.

    Enough with all the travel posts for now, I'm just gonna make this completely about my look and I won't go into details about where I am and what we did. Hahaha.

    I think summer's all about dressing up in something laid back and easy to wear so a simple tank top and shorts would suffice. I did some quick last minute packing and just threw all my stuff in the bag... Hence, I didn't bring anything dressy. I'm not even wearing my own shoes in this outfit! So Kels, if you're reading this, thanks for the sandals. Hahaha.

    My summer's over but I hope you guys are enjoying yours right now. xx

  • UAE APRIL 2011 PART 3

    UAE APRIL 2011 PART 3

    This is the third and last post about my trip to the UAE. Before leaving Dubai, it is a must to go on a desert safari! I had a lot of fun except for the part when a handful of sand blew into my eye. Anyways, if you ever plan on going to the desert, you should wear comfortable clothes and open toe sandals or slippers. All that sand is just gonna get in your socks and shoes if you wear closed shoes. If you think it's gonna be really hot, that's just partly true because it's very windy so the temperature isn't so bad. Or maybe that's just me since I'm from the Philippines... Hahaha.

    We headed straight for the dunes and started dune bashing! It's like a roller coaster in a 4x4. It's a really exhilarating experience. It was about 20 minutes. Not recommended for those who get easily car sick. Hahaha.


    Meet my Arabian friend, Hammad. That year, I wrote on my summer bucket list to make at least one new friend in the most random place and what's a more random place than the desert? So... I decided to make friends with the guy who gave out free Arabic coffee. Hahaha. I also made friends with our dune bashing driver but I never got to have a picture with him. He was really fun to talk to though. Hahaha.

    This is Marco! I really love this kid. Look at him playing with the agal (band for the Arabian men's headdress). He was keeping me company while everyone was busy taking pictures. Mackie was busy quad biking so I hung out with Marco for awhile. Hahaha

    They have free shisha and they can also do free henna tattoos on either your hands or feet. Then later that night, I rented an ATV (quad bike) and drove it around for awhile.

    After all the dune bashing and camel riding, we watched the wonderful sunset. I love this sunset photo since it has this beautiful silhouette in it. The temperature at night dropped so it wasn't as hot anymore. 

    We had dinner at the desert camp, where we sat down on cushions on the ground around a central circular stage. From what I can remember, they were serving Arabic food like hummus and lamb kebab. While having dinner, dancers perform as entertainment. There was the belly dancer and the Tanoura dancer. The Tanoura is an Egyptian folk dance. Basically, it's a dance where a guy in a giant skirt spins around for almost five minutes. Hahaha.

    We left around nine in the evening after buying some souvenirs. The next day, I decided to go out shopping. I couldn't leave Dubai without doing some shopping. I was enjoying myself at the Dubai Mall because of all the great shops they had. That year, the Philippines didn't have the brands that I wanted to buy from so I was going crazy with all the clothing brands they had in store. 

    If you've read my older travel posts, you'd notice that I always have a photo on the moving walkway in the airport. Or as what I'd like to call the "flat escalator". Hahaha. This one was taken during our stopover in Hong Kong. 

    I wished that  I lived in Dubai for awhile so I could have as many desert photo shoots as I wanted! Most of the photos of me from the trip were taken by my dad. Back then, I didn't really want my photo taken. Regretting that now because I've learned to appreciate on looking back at photos as memories. In fact, I've learned to appreciate a lot of things now other than photography. I've been feeling really blessed for everything that I've gotten in my life. So thankful for everything that I have and for all of the amazing things I've experienced. I'll be posting more throwback posts on my past travels so keep updated by following me on bloglovin' xx
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