Enrico Dungca was born in Angeles City, Philippines where he received his first camera at the age of ten. He migrated to California as a teenager, and after graduating high school, pursued a degree in x-ray technology as a way of transferring his love of images into a trade. However, he quickly found that this field limited his creativity.
With his passion for photography and strong desire to make expressive and absolutely unique images, he was granted a scholarship to the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he began his professional photography career. There he further developed his skills and found his own personal style of capturing images and evoking people and places.
His work has appeared in publications such as INTERVIEW, PAPER, LOS ANGELES Magazine, OUT, W Magazine, and AUSTRALIAN STYLE.
Enrico's images have been featured in galleries and honored by such organizations such as the Advertising Photographers of America and American Photo Magazine.
He has photographed numerous celebrities: Ashton Kutcher, Jesse Metcalfe, Quincy Jones, Ryan Reynolds, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and many more.
Enrico lives in New York City and is currently working on a personal photography project involving one of the criticized group in the Philippines - the abandoned children of U.S. servicemen called the Amerasians.