Some recent corporate group portraits shot in various offices in Hong Kong.
Earlier this year we photographed several corporate headshots for interior design firm. All five sessions were photographed at our Central studio in one day.
Recently we photographed executive headshots in Hong Kong for the research analyst team of a US-based fund. We were asked to reference the style and look of their US colleagues' headshots - which we did in their Central office location.
There is something about getting a fresh new set of personal headshots in Hong Kong while embarking on a new career path, arriving at a new company, or moving to a new home country. Here are some of the stories behind some of our recent studio sessions.
Deborah is a stylist and personal shopper - these photos will be used for her new online and social media presences.
Paula has been in education for a a number of years before moving to Hong Kong for the government's Native-English Speaking Teacher (NET) program. She's not sure what her next career step will be but she does know that it will be in her hometown of San Francisco where she is moving back to.
I first met Chris Musni years ago shooting the comedy club scene in Central. He is one of the co-founders of comedy.hk and is incredibly passionate about stand-up. I've been fortunate to shoot other local comics and I always love working with them because they are constantly thinking creatively and are always open to new things. Chris was no different - we chatted about the local comedy scene while shooting a few looks in the studio and outside around the studio. We talked about why Jerry Seinfeld is under appreciated and the brilliance of Chris Rock. The comedian headshots will be part of Chris' upcoming website revamp.
Outside of shooting corporate headshots in Hong Kong, I also shoot a fair number of events, mixed martial arts in particular - but rarely do those two genres crossover. Except in a finance capital like Hong Kong, you may once in a blue moon come across someone like Diego - financial advisor by day and MMA fighter by night. I had the privilege of photographing Diego inside and outside of the ring. Here is his executive portrait and some action shots from his MMA fight at Legend 9 when he slapped on a belly down rear naked choke for a submission victory. You maybe couldn't tell from his fight photos, but really, he's a nice guy!
Although I love shooting with the convenience of air conditioning and controlled studio lighting, sometimes there is just something about natural light that works in a way that strobes don't allow for. Here are some outdoor corporate headshots we did overlooking the office buildings of Central and Sheung Wan.
Earlier this year we photographed corporate headshots in Hong Kong for the executives of a clothing manufacturing company at their headquarters in Hong Kong. As is usual for senior management, travel schedules were tight so we coordinated one day of photoshooting when team members would be available in Hong Kong during other meetings.
A quick studio headshot in Hong Kong for a woman in the fashion and trend-forecasting industry.
Last month we photographed corporate headshots in Hong Kong for the local, Singapore and Dubai teams of an international life insurance company. Photoshooting was done in their Central office location, so we coordinated two days of shooting when non-locally based team members would be available in Hong Kong for their headshot.