Pictures from recent editorial and commercial photography assignments around China, Macau, and Hong Kong. Most work involves food, portraiture, or industrial locations.

List of Hong Kong Photography Shops and Other Professional Photo Resources

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Hong Kong is a city where it seems everyone is constantly selling, shopping, or on the way to sell or shop; yet with all that commerce, finding the right place to buy many specialty items in the city - professional photography equipment, for instance - is surprisingly challenging. Many shops have poor online presences or are just plain obscure.

In an effort to make some of the better Hong Kong photo equipment businesses a bit easier to locate (and to avoid regurgitating this sort of information in emails), here is a list of the places where I have done business, shopped, or been referred in Hong Kong.

last updated 2016-05-06. Additions and corrections always welcome

Pictures from an Exhibition - "Macau: Work in Progress" Event Video

So this is a video not pictures and the event was a book launch not an exhibition but still, I think I can justify the title: The event did rather resemble an exhibition (with loads of printed photographs lining the walls) and this video is composed primarily of individual still photos sewn together...

On December 6th, David Hartung officially launched his book "Macau: Work in Progress" at the Macau Military Club. I've had the honor and privilege of hanging about Macau while David made many of the images in his book, which has made it all the more exciting to see the work printed in this monograph of sorts.

I'm terrible at socializing at this sort of social occasion so decided to make a time-lapse video of the book launch instead (it was that or drink all the wine). Three cameras, a couple bags of lenses, 20+ CF cards and 270GB of raw data, and here are the results:

Making of the Photo Book "Macau: Work in Progress"

David Hartung invited me to visit his printer for the first day printing his photo book "Macau: Work in Progress" last month in Hong Kong. I first came to Asia to work with David at Destination Macau magazine where he photographed most of the material for this book so I knew that the images would be interesting. What I didn't fully anticipate was how visually compelling the factory itself would be - for video.