Bernice Beltran is a photographer, a graphic designer and a co-founder of b_setting.ph.

After completing her degree in Visual Communication in University of the Philippines, Diliman, Bernice worked as a full time graphic designer for five years with different companies. She specialised in visual identity and storytelling.

In 2014, she left her day job and worked as a freelance graphic designer so she could practice photography. In the same year, she received an honourable mention in ASEAN-Korea’s Multimedia Competition for a photo story she submitted about Whang-Od. Her photos were exhibited in different cities across South Korea. Since then, she dabbled into street photography and accepted different projects such as weddings, birthday parties, portraits, product shots, corporate events, and photojournalism.

In 2019, Bernice received a gender-sensitivity for photojournalists training and a travel grant to cover issues affecting women in the Philippines. The project is a collaboration between Oxfam in Philippines and Photojournalists’ Center of the Philippines’ (PCP) for women’s month.