Adrielle Esteban found her passion for filmmaking during her college days. Her portfolio of short films grew as she trained under the University of the Philippines Film Institute back in 2008 to 2012.
Looking at color grading as her expertise, she became a colorist while being an apprentice to one of the most sought after colorist in Asia. During this apprenticeship, she competed and won in several film festivals with her undergraduate thesis entitled, Tanglaw. Last 2013, she won as the director and writer of the said short film in Manhattan International Film Festival New York, USA. A year after, National Commission for Culture and the Arts has recognized her international achievement with her short film and awarded her with the “Ani ng Dangal” (Harvest of Honors) award.
Shortly after this, she started directing and colorgrading advertisements working with several production houses. She has found her expertise as a director, focusing on narrative storytelling and lifestyle ads.
This year 2017, she has decided to follow the Yellow Brick Road Productions and became one of their in house directors.