Daniel Koh photographs 67 Pall Mall, a new private Member’s Club for wine lovers in vibrant Singapore’s Orchard Road. The club boasts an impressive 5,000 label wine list, the biggest and most diverse in Southeast Asia, and is the first Asian outpost for the Club which already has properties in London, Verbier and Beaune.
Fast Management’s Daniel Koh photographs the newly opened Osteria Mozza at Hilton Singapore Orchard.
We are delighted to be representing Jakarta based photographer and visual artists Melanie Tanusetiawan.
A graduate from the prestigious RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) with a Bachelor of Arts in Photography, Melanie is an accomplished photographer in the fields of interiors, hospitality and branding. Her wealth of experience brings to her clients strong aesthetic compositions together with highly conceptual photographic solution.
Images to rebalance your body and mind from our photographer, Daniel Koh, for the Spa at Four Seasons Singapore.
We are delighted to be representing Singapore based photographer Daniel Koh
Daniel is an artist specialising in architecture and interior photography. With an instinctive and spontaneous approach, Daniel strives to keep his work organic and genuine. Influenced by the beauty of natural light, shadows, lines and varying textures, Daniel’s work focuses on showcasing the realism and design of the project – conveying the message of how different elements can coexist to create a unique visual experience.
With an irresistible location overlooking the Chao Phraya River, Sven Ellsworth photographs the stunning Four Seasons Bangkok.
For the October issue of Vogue Hong Kong, Fast Management’s Jason Bonello photographs the Mediterranean inspired home shared by fashion influencer and blogger Feiping Chang and husband Lincoln Li.
Beautiful interiors shoot by Jason Bonello for the September issue of Vogue Hong Kong.
Olivier Desarte photographs the latest collection by Belgian designer, Édouard Vermeulen for his fashion house Natan.
100 Sydney Street is a modern luxury redevelopment of a substantial property in the London district of Chelsea.
Turning Heads is a photography exhibition by Jonathan Glynn-Smith inspired by the freedom of living for which Chelsea in London became a symbol in the 1970s. The portrait series is currently on display at 100 Sydney Street to mark the completion of the sought after redevelopment.