In November 2013, a terrible typhoon Haiyan struck Philippines with such brutal force that left so many dead and homeless. It was one of the strongest tropical typhoons ever recorded. The damage was absolutely horrific. Images of death and suffering were blasted through media channels. Families gone, children orphaned, villages, towns, and cities destroyed. The aftermath was a sad picture of a country crippled by nature's wrath.

There is a tendency to forget that disasters are more than just death and destruction of the communities but also impact a lifetime of rebuilding the lives of the survivors. Once the initial media interest fades, the stories of these people gradually disappear as well.

This body of work will somehow reveal the story of their lives as it passes through time, depicting the reality - years apart after the catastrophe, and how the people dealt with the unimaginable experience of their lives.