Commissioned by Sweaty Betty PR to shoot the incredible dessert menu at Via Del Corso.
Commissioned by Sweaty Betty PR to shoot food and drinks menu for the opening of the new China Diner restaurant in Double Bay, Sydney.
Aside from loving the delicious food that this restaurant produces, I always love an opportunity on a shoot where I can incorporate the setting and atmosphere of the place into my images.
In this case, I have used a red filter on my back-lighting to produce a subtle, yet rich, red coloured highlight across the sides of the cutlery, plates and glassware to tie the imagery to the aesthetic and ambience of the restaurant.
It is always a pleasure being called upon as the photographer for Georg Jensen. Their events are usually spectacular but relaxed and this one for the the launch of the Zaha Hadid collection was no exception. Again, my team and I were given the task to capture video content and imagery with - what I think - were spectacular results.
This has to be possibly one of the nicest commercial work spaces that I have shot. Complete with copper paneled walls, plywood roofing with black features and parquetry tiled flooring. This build was by MKGS Constructions and was completed in under 4 weeks. Impressive.
I have been getting a lot of food and lifestyle photography work recently - I'm definitely not complaining. This campaign ran by The Mint Partners was to create and capture a full years worth of social and digital content for both editorial and advertising. Plus there was heaps of Piazza Doro coffee
I'm sure you can understand my excitement when Maserati called to book me for this. I don't believe you if you say you haven't perved on one, as its drive down the street with that distinctive growl - even in low revs. It makes my neck hairs stand on end. So when the call came through to shoot the Polo Society's Mothers Day Polo at Kurri Burri Polo Club - I understandably jumped at it. "You mean, I'm going to get paid to photograph cars?!"