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KUYA AG  is a Landscape Architect, Photographer, Street Artist, Painter, Musician and environmental advocate who graduated from Quezon City Science High School and UP Diliman. He had been involved in marine conservation for the past 17 years. He is a co-founder of Balyena.org, a non-profit group undertaking marine mammal conservation efforts in the country. He was an assistant of renowned art mentor Fernando Sena for 9 years.

He had been painting environmental public art the past 6 years to help save marine ecosystems by spreading his message of conservation. A.G. founded Dolphins Love Freedom, a network supported by advocates from more than 62 countries, which is a movement to help save dolphins and whales from the slaughters and from other threats, particularly dolphin captivity and dolphin shows. He has painted more than 500 murals in 8 countries, including Singapore, Indonesia, Vanuatu, Japan, Italy, Switzerland, and France with more than 100,000 volunteers.

In 2014 he led the painting of the tallest mural in the Philippines, a 100 ft water tank in Santiago, Isabela that promotes water conservation. A.G. is a WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Hero For The Environment Awardee and Dolphin Ambassador of ADEX (Asia Dive Expo) and the Artists for Peace Team Leader of Teach Peace Build Peace Movement.