Photographer / Post Production
His first venture into photography was as a teenager with a cheap plastic Diana camera. It didn't take great pictures, but it was enough to inspire his life long interest in photography and in the power of the visual image.
Pursuit of a career in the banking sector intervened out of which he ultimately arrived in Japan some 22 years ago. In 2003, he established Calderwood Productions with the aim of creating video content for enterprise websites. This developed into working on the production of TV commercials and localizing video content for car showrooms and TV shopping channels.
Serving as Executive Producer at Calderwood, Killoran began to realize that besides moving images, he still had a strong desire to return to the 'still' photography interests that he had so fondly pursued during his more youthful days. A big 'revolution' in photography had occurred with the arrival of digital imaging and from his experiences in digital video, he had garnered a degree of mastery in photographic post production techniques that could now be effectively and artistically used in creating memorable imagery for commercial clients.
Today, a founding partner of CALDERWOOD IMAGES, Killoran focuses on the branding and promotion imaging needs of exclusive worldwide enterprises and corporations.
Photographer / World Travel Photography
Scott Lynn Riley
For over three decades photographer Scott Lynn Riley went on the road to complete photographic assignments in roughly 50 countries. His publishings included well over a hundred magazine cover features, numerous books, including his Toho no Chie, published by Kadokawa Shoten, with an introduction to his work by Nakazawa Shinichi, and The Art of Bonsai, Zuam Publishers, Tokyo.
His editorial and commercial photographs on luxury travel, landscapes and people, presented in his own clear and forthright style are well known through his many publications.
Photographing corporate promotion images in five countries for Fujifilm in 2003, Riley was awarded the title of Fujifilm’s “1st International Roving Photographer.”
He was chosen by PENTAX to photograph that corporation’s Global Wall Calendar in 2009 and in the same year published a 24-page cover feature A Portrait of Sri Lanka for the Chinese edition of National Geographic Magazine. A 220-page photo book, The Elegance of Santorini Style followed shortly thereafter.
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