Example of commercial retouch for a residential clubhouse interior
I had the pleasure of photographing Aesop’s new signature store on Hollywood Road in Hong Kong.
The raw finishes – reclaimed oak, oxidized copper and blackened, perforated steel – provide texture and an interesting interplay with the light…as well as difficult reflections that had to be dealt with…
A selection of canapés served by East Hong Kong’s banquet catering team. Photographed for East Hong Kong by Imagennix Director, Scott Brooks.
I recently had the pleasure of photographing two culinary creations by Chef Gunnar Kuchenbecker at W Hong Kong:
W Lobster Tail
and Poached Salmon Continue reading
Commercial lifestyle photography shot for W Hong Kong by Imagennix director, Scott Brooks.
It’s always nice to see a client find more ways to use the images we make for them. Continue reading
Until today, I’ve been on the fence regarding the remodelling of Pacific Place Mall, which was completed in 2011. The one element that I have loved since the unveiling is the re-visioning of the bubble lifts at the heart of the mall. The innovative, curved glass panels repeat the soft forms evident throughout the design and make a striking focal point.
Hong Kong commercial photography shot by Imagennix director, Scott Brooks, published in May and June.
At the end of May promotion began for the Nobu Hong Kong – Cloudy Bay Wine Dinner, which will be held on June 21st at the InterContinental Hong Kong. Continue reading
Scott Brooks, our Hong Kong-based commercial photographer, had the pleasure of making the promotional photos for Nobu Hong Kong’s upcoming wine dinner on June 21. Chef Erik Idos has created an eight-course menu showcasing Nobu’s nouveau style Japanese cuisine and the full range of Cloudy Bay wines. In attendance, to introduce each wine pairing, will be Arnaud Mirey, wine ambassador from Moet Hennessy Diageo.
Photographs often are commodities…
As a former management consultant, I participated in countless competitive bids over the course of 25 years. The norm in our business was to submit a proposal in response to a detailed RFP (request for proposals) that set out the client’s requirements, timing and expected deliverables. These projects spanned many months and often were at the core of company strategy, so there was a lot of attention paid to every detail.