100$ per hour
Victor is a professional food photographer in Malaysia with a passion for capturing the artistry and beauty of food. With 10 years of experience in the industry, he has honed his craft and developed an expert eye for the perfect shot, making him a sought-after professional in the field.
Victor's approach to food photography is to showcase the essence of each dish, highlighting its unique features and characteristics. From the vibrant colors to the intricate details, every element of the dish is carefully considered and captured in a way that makes it come alive on the screen.
He is also lucky enough to publish his work in Michelin Selected Restaurants and has also been recognized by Foodelia, the International Food Photography Awards.
With Victor, you can be confident that your food will look its best, enticing and inspiring your audience.
Yee Sang is a popular Malaysian dish, particularly enjoyed during the Chinese New Year celebration. Also known as "Yusheng" in Chinese, it is a colorful and symbolic raw fish salad. The dish typically consists of various shredded vegetables, pickles, sauces, and raw fish, symbolizing prosperity, abundance, and good luck. During the serving, the ingredients are tossed together by diners while expressing auspicious wishes for the upcoming year. Yee Sang is not only a delicious dish but also a cultural and festive tradition in Malaysia.99th Collection
Nasi Kerabu is a traditional Malay dish from Malaysia, featuring blue-colored rice flavored with butterfly pea flowers. The vibrant blue rice is typically accompanied by an assortment of herbs, vegetables, salted egg, fish, or meat, and a spicy coconut-based sauce known as budu. Nasi Kerabu is not only known for its unique appearance but also its rich and aromatic flavors, making it a popular and distinctive dish in Malaysian cuisine.99th Collection
Captured this image for Sunway Resort Hotel. It showcases a special high tea set designed for Chinese New Year, featuring a delightful blend of traditional Malaysian dishes and Chinese New Year desserts.99th Collection
Love playing with smoke all the time. Shot this unique dish for Luca at Bangsar Shopping Center.97th Collection
Shooting this seasonal menu for Skillet, a Michelin Selected Restaurant. The cuisine is in a water droplet shape, so the plan was to capture the sauce in a droplet shape too.97th Collection
Shot this picture for Roku Gin Singapore, a collaboration with W Hotel Kuala Lumpur. The purpose of this shot is to hero Roku Gin. Thus, Roku Gin is staged and lid more precisely.97th Collection
Have you tried the taste of mooncake paired with a glass of gin? You have got to try this year at W Hotel from Malaysia.95th Collection
A very traditional way to showcase the origin of mooncakes. Props and costumes from the Chinese Dynasty to better tell the story.95th Collection
𝐇𝐚𝐤𝐤𝐚𝐢𝐬𝐚𝐧 𝐬𝐚𝐤𝐞, a true embodiment of excellence. Crafted with meticulous care, it captivates with its refined flavors and impeccable quality.
Indulge in the essence of Hakkaisan and elevate your sake appreciation to new heights.
A nice shot done for Yuimu Omakase in Kuala Lumpur
Featuring local ducks that are born & bred in Penang.
Which age in-house between 5-7 days for a much-concentrated flavor of the duck breast. Before serving, it will then be pre-seared to give that crispiness to the Duck skin. It is paired with lemongrass and tamarind paste for a sweet and sour flavor.
On the side, a sausage made from the trimmings of the duck and wrapped with betel leaf to give it a little more aromatics.
Shot this for Beta KL in Kuala Lumpur
Incognito Gin. A gin manufactured and developed locally in Malaysia. Best to consume as an ingredient in a fancy cocktail91st Collection
Miyazaki Wagyu Beef A5 as the main course in Beta KL. Inspired by the Japanese cooking method of using mould in cooking.91st Collection