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When not producing movies, they rent out their equipment to other filmmakers and conduct seminars and workshops for aspiring talents. His parents are Juan Abelardo, a scenic painter, and Cecilia Velayo, a designer of women’s costumes.Aside from working in the movies as cinematographer and/or editor, Abaya also works as still photographer for commercial lay-outs and directs commercials for television. He studied at the University of the Philippines (UP) School of Fine Arts. Abelardo, brother to cinematographer Bayani Abelardo, and uncle to Ben Resella, art director of Sampaguita Pictures who later became a scenic artist in Hollywood. After learning all that he could about film in London, Abaya returned to the Philippines to set up the family’s own movie production outfit, Cine Filipinas, Inc.
The AWF specializes and offers courses in improvisation and the Eric Morris system of work. She is married to Rodolfo Jao, and their nine children reside with them in Valparaiso, Indiana, USA. This was followed by Campo O’Donnell (Camp O’Donnell), 1950, a war film, where she portrayed the daughter of Pancho Magalona and Linda Estrella.
It also conducts special craft workshops for specific movie productions, and one-on-one tutorials for lead and support actors. Her biggest break came when she portrayed the role of a maltreated waif in Roberta, 1951.
He was documentary photographer for the Department of Public Information in 1974 and stillman for the American produciton Hit Woman in 1976. He married Maria Saret, who is also a movie director.
Abaya has won awards both for his work in film editing and cinematography. He was educated at San Miguel Elementary School in Bulacan and Manila High School.
His first film was Malaya, Mutya ng Gubat (Malaya, Muse of the Forest), 1948, starring Mila del Sol and Teody Belarmino.