Having initially started as a production company known as “Dimitri Productions” specializing in mass communications,advertising and line production of music and special events. It is a brainchild of an “artist couple”, Lou Bonnevie and Toto Gentica, whose love and passion for music and the arts have found it to be the perfect vehicle to share, create and produce various shows and presentations, television specials and other music productions for both local and foreign clientele.
They have produced various environmental projects since the year 2000. It has partnered with
government agencies DENR, DOT, Climate Change Commission, Philippine Tourism Authority or TIEZA, The Philippine Lung Center ; Partnership of Clean Air; Local Governments of Quezon City, Taguig, Dumaguete ,Cebu ,Pampanga and Albay as well as partnered with international agencies World Bank , MESCO (Spanish environmental agency ) and the Governments of Norway , Australia and USAID (Environmental Sector). It has also produced numerous projects for the Academe like the University of the Philippines ,and has since created many significant projects that ranges from music festivals, video documentaries, benefit shows, theatre productions, coastal clean up, tree planting activities and childrens’ presentations.It has also produced numerous songs and recordings for various environmental campaign-- to champion clean air, climate change, water conservation and the National greening program.
It was in the year 2012 when Dimitri Productions branched itself into a foundation. EARTHDAY JAM FOUNDATION, Inc. (EDJFI) is a shoot up from the 14 year long running project “EARTHDAY JAM” . It was conceptualized and staged in celebration of the worldwide Earth Day commemoration. “TARA TARA SA CORREGIDOR Para sa Coastal Clean up” became EDJFI’s maiden project . In October 2013, the first leg of “Earthday Jam On Tour (Visayas Leg)” took place as EDJFI’s year-ender project .
Soon thereafter, it staged several “concept”productions to highlight and further foster its platform on its IEC (Information and Educational Campaign) . The Foundation started branching out with several pockets shows and reaching out to the other parts of the Philippines. Every event focused on a critical issue whether it was for the quality of water for the “World WaterDay Concert” ; the call for cleaner air with the”Clean Air Concert and Student Forum” ; for the preservation of our coasts and waterways “ Tara Na Sa Freedom Island Coastal Clean Up and Tree Planting ” or for the most critical issues on Cimate Change with “CC Tunes (In Tune With Climate Change) . This opened more collaborations with various government agencies, NGO‘s and green corporations.