I capture, I tweak and go beyond the reality in a photograph, just to reflect accurately the way i see it....

The Dead Of Night, In Its Darkness And Mystery, Only The Shadows Of The Crafty Come Out To Play; For Jojit Lorenzo, It Is The Opportune Time To Capture The Most Thought-Provoking Images: Peppered With Wit, Dosed With A Little Crazy, And Intoxicated With A Lot Of Fun. Having Gone Through Years Of Unveiling The Curtains For Most Of Manila’s Best Theatre Companies, Jojit’s Images Have Took On A Character Of Its Own, Shape-Shifting With Every Creative Requirement, Defined By Personality Complexities, And Driven By The Rawest Emotions. Resulting To Photographic Flights Of Fancy, Jojit’s Photo Playbill Has Included Controversial Fashion Editorials And Ads, Theatre And TV Show Posters And Teasers, ‘Cosplay’-Worthy Studio Images That Are All Stamped With The Jojit Lorenzo Flair For Otherworldly Moods, Feel, Texture, And Theatrics. Like Circus Acrobats Crossing Tightropes And Swinging Trapezes, Jojit Is Most Notably Known For His “Stunts” When It Comes To Producing The Best Image: From Underwater Photography, To Digitized Hyper-Realist Editing, Delicious Color Contrasts, Or The Delicate Balance (And Imbalance) Of Light And Darkness.  - John Magsaysay

Jojit Lorenzo is film, television, commercial and theater actor. 

He began acting for Bulwagang Gantimpala after going through workshops in 1989 after graduating from De La Salle University , where he specializes in Computer Technology, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.

His intuitive takes in visualizing a text and creating a succinct image stems from his own background as a theater actor.

His skills as an actor and his deeper understanding of the way a play works became honed through 15 years of participation in several productions. Like most of today's young theater actors, he did the rounds of Bulwagang Gantimpala, Peta, Dulaang UP and Tanghalang Pilipino while holding a day job at HSBC.

- text from Inquirer Lifestyle by Floy Quintos