Director/ photographer Monica Stevenson collaborated with Coca-Cola to direct their introductory campaign for a new product, Coke Zero Sugar, which will feature several more broadcast commercials, set to premier over the next few months. Monica was selected to shoot this project for her extraordinary take on pours, splashes, bottles and glass, and Agency MJ produced the project in NYC.
When Sonoma's luxurious MacArthur Place Hotel & Spa needed new visuals to show off their recent renovations, they called on photographer/ director Josh Franer to bring his discerning eye to the project. Josh captured everything from interiors and portraits, to food, drinks and landscapes for the property, and I must say, we're ready to check in.
Exploring resorts and capturing gorgeous imagery is one of photographer/ director Hubert Kang's strongest skills (and personal passions!), so when Fairmont Hotels & Resorts called with a project to shoot their collection of hotels in the Pacific Northwest, Hubert was on the next flight out!
A celebration pregnancy and child birth is the focus of this new multi-platform campaign for TriStar Health, shot by photographer/ director Josh Franer. Challenged to capture these intimate moments in stills and motion, Josh's authentic approach to connecting with his subjects, paired with his beautifully crafted light, made this project a success.
Montreal's award-winning resort the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth teamed up with photographer/ director Hubert Kang for their latest campaign. With Hubert behind the lens, capturing all of a resort's luxurious offerings is a beautiful breeze.
The New York Times called upon photographer Ellen Silverman's triple-threat talent for capturing food, interiors and portraits to shoot the newly reopened Four Seasons Restaurant in its new location on Park Avenue in Manhattan.
As the first stop on a whirlwind, worldwide tour, London's The Savoy Hotel is the perfect place for family travelers, and photographer/ director Hubert Kang's genuine connection to his subjects brings this family-centric, Fairmont campaign to aspirational life.