About Rogan Coles
Who we are
Meet Rogan, an accomplished photographer with a wealth of experience in content creation, visual communications and website development. He is widely recognized for his exceptional skills in corporate photography – specifically in the realms of architectural, corporate branding, and editorial photography. With a keen eye for visual storytelling, Rogan has honed his craft over years, living and working in various regions around the world, including the UK, Canada, southern Africa, and Hong Kong. His extensive travels throughout Asia have further enriched his perspective, enabling him to capture the essence of diverse cultures through his lens. Rogan’s passion for excellence is reflected in his work, and his clients attest to his unwavering commitment to delivering outstanding results. The photography in this picture archive will, no doubt, attest to Rogan’s skills and accomplishments as a photographer of note.
What we do
While we do photography, this website is about showcasing and placing Rogan’s street and personal photography before a wider audience. We’re doing this through our online photo galleries and our Journal – this website’s blog. In the Journal you will find stories relating to much of the photography featured here in the Archive, We are also on social media. Soon, we’ll be doing workshops. Watch this space…
Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom
Digital Image prep and processing
Website and content development
In all this time
Digital Archive Images
“HARBOUR, CITY, SKY”
An exhibition of photography held at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum [Mar 2015 – Jan 2016] featuring the photography of Nick Kitto and Rogan Coles, sponsored by Wheelock Properties and curated by Edward Stokes.
“HONG KONG – at the water’s edge”
An exhibition of photography held at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum [Nov 2017 – Mar 2018]- featuring the photography of Rogan Coles and curated by Rogan Coles.
The ROGAN COLES PHOTE ARCHIVE website
The design, development and building up of the ROGAN COLES PHOTO ARCHIVE, an image archive website featuring the photography by Rogan Coles.