Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year was announced this last week, with ‘The Silence Breakers’ as the winners. The #MeToo movement has swept across the world and fundamentally changed the way society thinks about abuse and trauma, especially those acts committed by people of power.

Last week, Susan opened her first photography exhibition on the subject of sexual abuse – the first ever of its kind in Asia.

Prior to the #MeToo movement, this project had already been up and running for about a year. We’re very proud to say that we have been able to do our part with helping to highlight the issues here in Hong Kong. Many media outlets here in Hong Kong reported on the exhibition and we hope that this will open up a forum to speak on a subject that has been difficult to talk about before, and to shine a light for victims of abuse to help them rehabilitate.




Amanda S x Caffe Habitu.

We love cake.  We love Amanda S. So when Caffe Habitu invited us to shoot cakes specially designed and made by Amanda S, it was what they call a ‘no-brainer’!

An established brand in Hong Kong, Caffe Habitu has worked with the lovely Amanda S to produce four exclusive designs for their cake menu this Christmas and Johnny Productions had the privilege of being the photographer for their promotional material.

The shoot was fun, the cakes delicious (Amanda S’ own recipe) and we had an awesome experience working with the very professional Amanda S.  Look out for the advertisements this Christmas and make sure you indulge in some cake!

For more information, please visit https://www.habitu.com.hk/habitu-x-amanda-strang


風雨蘭 x Susan — 亞洲首個響應「國際終止女性受暴日」攝影展(International Day for the Eradication of Violence Against Women)








相關報道:性侵不再是忌諱 五女受害人成影展主角 鼓勵受害人勇敢站出來                    
                    港首個性侵倖存者攝影展 盼打破社會誤解

Family Portraits of Four!

Mid-Autumn festival— an annual festival in Hong Kong, celebrated when the moon is the biggest and fullest. In Chinese culture, the full moon symbolizes not just prosperity and happiness, but also the element of family reunion!

Calvin and Sisi are proud parents of their baby son, as well as being proud owners of their mongrel. Why? Aside from being astonishingly playful and obedient, the mutt has been by their child’s side ever since he was a tiny infant. Their relationship is truly one of a kind, you will never see one of them without the other.

During a recent photoshoot with the family of four, we were able to witness the joy and glee surrounding the family— coos of laughter came from the young boy as the hound played with him, an incredibly delightful and charming sight, awarding us with wonderfully appealing pictures, truly showcasing the spirit of Mid- Autumn festival— happiness and family reunion.

Jacky & May Hong Kong Prewedding

When we first met Jacky to discuss the logistics of his photoshoot with his fiancée, May, he requested a simple red background for the shoot. We didn’t understand why this peculiar request was made, until we saw Jacky’s Facebook post. He stated that the reasoning behind the request was because it reminded him of May’s lips; just a glance would make his heart beat out of his chest. Of course, there’s more to their love besides this! With their first encounter, Jacky already knew that she was his Mrs. Right, so it was a no-brainer when he decided to propose to her and promise a fulfilling life ahead for the both of them.


31 Hong Kong Women Entrepreneurs Share Their Advice on How To Start A Business

Our chief photographer Susan Ng was recently interviewed by WL Media.
Susan was incredibly honored to be chosen as one of the HK Women Entrepreneurs and shared her advice for women-lead businesses in this HK roundup article.

Article by Winnie Tsoi and Minuca Elena | Hong Kong, Women entrepreneurship

There’s always been a bit of an unbalance in terms of gender within the photography industry. When I first started in the industry, there were only a few women; especially those who were wedding photographers. It was hard to find recognizable female wedding photographers who are good at their craft as well as able to take on the physical labors of being a wedding photographer.

Perhaps because I studied art at college and perhaps because I look at artistry in a different way to most people, gender wasn’t a really big deal to me and I certainly didn’t think it should affect the way I did my work. Therefore, I forged my way within the wedding photography industry with as much courage as I could possibly find.

I still remember my very first wedding job – probably over a decade back now; it was an unforgettable experience, both in terms of being my first paid job but also the schedule of the day and I admit that I found it very exhausting. I had never shot a wedding for a full day before and looking back on it now, at the time, it was probably the most exhausted I had ever been in my life. I have kept the photographs from that wedding – I still have an album for my own archives. Each time I look back on the photographs, I remember exactly what happened when I took the shot. I am very grateful that I was given the opportunity to step out on this new career path of mine – as before I became a wedding photographer, I was working as a music lecturer at a university. It may still be part of the arts curriculum, but learning how to become a professional photographer was quite a big step for me – more so when I decided to concentrate on being one for the rest of my life.

For those who want to start and lead a profitable business in Hong Kong, I would probably advise them to be courageous.

It takes a lot of determination and hard work to become successful, this is in business as well as life.

When you decide to start on that journey, there will be a lot of setbacks, a lot of hardships – and definitely a lot of unknowns – but self-belief and determination go a long way into helping you along that road. I can’t really say that I’m that successful for the moment, but I have been lucky enough to be a professional wedding photographer in this very competitive industry for over a decade now, with over two thousand weddings under my belt. Each wedding is memorable in its own right and I am always learning. My biggest motivation is that my clients will look at the photographs I give them and remember the moments that occurred with great fondness.

My hope is that with each photograph I take, I get to change the world’s perspective a little bit. I absolutely love my job – and I hope that I’ll be taking photographs until I can’t anymore.

Susan Ng

Principal photographer, Johnny Productions

Johnny Productions x Central Weddings

wedding gown

Johnny Productions & Central Weddings, two of the top tier companies in the wedding industry have collaborated on something very exciting! For more details, contact us!

Wedding gown: Central Weddings