Writes in both English and Filipino. President of LIRA (Linangan sa Imahen, Retorika, at Anyo; the premiere institute of poets in Filipino). A director of UMPIL (Writers Union of the Philippines). Founder of the Dapitdilim Fellowship of Writers. A director and founding member of KoopKom (Cooperative for Communication).
Co-authored the book The Freedom Fighters of Northern Luzon: An Untold Story (Department of National Defense, 2010). Published in the book anthologies Likhaan 2008: The Journal of Philippine Contemporary Literature (UP Centennial Edition), ANI: The Philippine Literary Yearbook (Volume 35: The Pinoy as Asian) (Cultural Center of the Philippines), Lirang Pilak (Vibal Foundation & Aklat LIRA), Literary Apprentice 2009 (Vibal Foundation & UP Writers Club); the chapbooks Lámang, Iláng, Rurok, and Aninaw (Vibal Foundation & Aklat LIRA); The Philippine Star ("If My Life Were a Book" weekly winner), Balikbayan travel & lifestyle magazine, Liwayway magazine, Literary Apprentice Lite, and Bulawan Online, among others.
Was a Fellow for English Creative Nonfiction in the 48th Dumaguete National Writers' Workshop and the 9th UST National Writers' Workshop and for Filipino Poetry in the 9th IYAS Creative Writing Workshop and the 2007 LIRA Poetry Clinic.
Associate editor for the book Lirang Pilak (ed. by National Artist Virgilio S. Almario, 2010). Editorial assistant of the book Victory in Northern Luzon (by Cesar P. Pobre, Department of National Defense, 2010).
Was the editor for Splashpress Media's three websites: EatonWeb, the Net's oldest blog directory, and the duo of Blog Network Watch and Blogger Jobs. In college, was the Editor-in-Chief of The UP Parser, the official student publication of UP Diliman's Department of Computer Science, and was the News and Literary Editor (at different times) of The Engineering Logscript, the official student publication of the College of Engineering.
Has regularly written for over 30 websites (not including his own) such as: Performancing, one of the top resources for bloggers and Internet writers; Gadzooki, a site for video games, gadgets, cars, and all things geeky; Blog Tutorials, a popular resource for new and veteran bloggers alike; and Basketball Exchange Philippines, a popular hoops site already featured on ABC-5. Wrote for the 18 blogs comprising MMORPG Source, a collection of sites for the most popular multiplayer online video games of today. Helped review websites at the popular EatonWeb directory. Currently serving as historical writer-researcher for the Philippine Veteran Affairs Office of the Department of National Defense.
Director of the "Sining ng Tugma at Sukat" (STS; Art of Rhyme and Meter) nationwide literary outreach program that has served almost a thousand people and is being funded by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. Director of the Pambansang Kumperensiya sa Panulaang Filipino 2010 in UP Diliman. Director of the 2010 Premyong Bulawan: Php 50,000 Timpalak sa Tula at Kritisismo. Served as a Staffer for the 48th UP National Writers Workshop in 2009. Handled the UP Diliman leg of the PC Buyer's Guide ICT Roadshow 2005 as Project Manager.
Bought a second-hand DSLR to document literary events, but his photography has served other purposes since then. Still quite inept with his Nikon D80. Was commissioned to photograph the artists of the Pitik-Bulag: Letra at Liwanag book project of the GSIS, the 48th UP National Writers Workshop, and the tribute to National Artist for Literature Virgilio S. Almario in San Miguel, Bulacan by the UP ICW. Photos have appeared in the coffee table book Pitik-Bulag: Letra at Liwanag, the chapbooks Rurok and Aninaw, the glossy magazines Balikbayan and Bookwatch; the journal Bulawan Online, a company folder of the ABS-CBN Regional Network Group, several local and international newspapers, and in two art exhibits.
Was the Website Manager of Skryer, a paid video gaming guides site with over a thousand international subscribers. Was the Project Manager of Toronto-based Enthropia's LoadedWeb project, in which around 15 websites were produced and marketed.
Helped run Bulawan Online, a premier literary journal edited by Rio Alma, as a staffer. Is the webmaster of Umpil.org, the official website of the largest organization of Filipino writers in the country; RioAlma.com, the official website of National Artist for Literature Virgilio S. Almario; and LIRA Online. Was the co-owner of Article Crux, a library with over 25,000 articles with 3,000 authors, and the now-defunct Komiks.ph, a popular portal for Filipino comics lovers. Maintains the Kimpo.ph online family portal. Publishes ten websites (un-updated since 2009) under the Corsarius.net domain, including his writing blog, pseudo-tech blog, Tagalog blog, and aircraft miniatures blog.
Avid collector of scale models (toys that aren't) since December 2006. Was interviewed by Nancy Castiglione on the November 18, 2007 episode of At Your Pleasure, Nancy (Makisig Channel). Collection currently consists of 26 civilian airplanes, 13 war aircraft, 28 automobiles, 3 trains, 5 tanks, 3 warships, 6 sci-fi vehicles, and 5 miscellaneous figures.