I’m Markku Seguerra and this is rebelpixel.com, my weblog. In the past, I used to (rarely) post about photography and web design, and then pretend to write prose that’s worth reading. At some point, it simply became a personal blog that is sometimes updated when life’s milestones come along.
I guess that’s the easier way to do blogging, just like life—write about what you find interesting, work on challenges worth taking on.
I am a thirty–something self-confessed Filipino geek living in Marikina City in the Philippines. Here’s a photo of me with my wife Hana and our little boy Mikku:
I make a living building websites, hacking on code, and writing content for the web.
Being one of the first WordPress users in the country, I’ve written a handful of plugins and articles on the topic in the past and was a speaker in the first few WordCamps in the Philippines. I like using and building on WordPress and other open-source software.
I was the technical cofounder of the BlogBank (blogbank.com.ph), the first blog advertising company in the Philippines, and was the platform architect for the PCIJ. I have experience on web app development, data journalism, signal analytics, digital marketing—among other things—drop me a line should you need help related to those topics, or to simply say hi!
I am a published photographer who takes on weddings, engagement shoots, and sports, but you may have also encountered my name as a contributing writer for local publications including the Manila Bulletin and the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Here’s my archives for your perusal, if you got to this point and you’re still reading.
By the way, I really like riding a bicycle.