About SCOTT A. WOODWARD
Singapore-based, Canadian photographer Scott A. Woodward calls his photography style “Choose Your Own Adventure Photography”, after the books he used to read as a young boy. Literally and creatively, Scott can go one direction and discover a remarkable photographic opportunity, or he can go another direction and find something entirely different; it is this adventure that is the beauty of photography for him.
Scott’s unique narrative photographic style has resulted in him being honoured by Luerzer’s Archive as one of the “200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide” and chosen by Nikon as “One of Asia’s Finest Photographers”. Scott’s reportage and lifestyle photography features regularly in international publications such as National Geographic Magazine, GEO, Condé Nast Traveller, Travel + Leisure, Monocle, VOGUE, GQ, Esquire and The New York Times. He has photographed international advertising campaigns for many celebrated global brands including Google, Adidas, MasterCard, Nokia, Bacardi, Diageo, Nestle, Unilever and Johnson & Johnson.
Scott is a Getty Images Global Assignments photographer. He is also a Nikon Professional Photographer, an ambassador for Nikon Singapore and a SanDisk Extreme Team member.
Visit http://www.scottawoodward.com for more information and to browse Scott’s portfolio of work.
About MICHAEL K. ROGERS
Michael K. Rogers is a founder and director at Persistent Productions. Mike has broad international experience working as a director and cinematographer with numerous production companies including National Geographic Television, Discovery Networks, Dog Eat Dog Films and The Smithsonian Network.
Mike began his career at National Geographic Television headquarters in Washington DC and has contributed to series such as ‘Hunter and Hunted’, ‘Is it Real’ and specials such as ‘The Secrets of Machu Picchu’ and ‘The Forbidden Tomb of Genghis Khan’. Most recently Mike filmed and directed the hit series ‘Life’s a Beach’ with Angela Khan for TLC.
As an American raised in Asia, Mike has deep production and lived experience in the region. In addition to working with major broadcasters, Mike has been the cinematographer on a number of independent films like Up the Mountain Down to River, a character led retrospective of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, HBO’s Ghosts of Abu Ghraib, Moxie Firecracker’s Thank You Mr. President and Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 911. Mike is able to seamlessly pair his on-set and directorial experience with his ability to create beautiful images.
Visit http://persistentproductions.com for more information and to browse Mike’s portfolio of work.