Frank Wing is a commercial photographer specializing in
food, people, art and travel. Based in San Francisco, he has a fully equipped loft style studio in Lower Pacific Heights for that carefully art directed one-of-a-kind image. Experience at the 'Boston Globe' taught him a photojournalistic narrative style, or image sequences that tell a story both on location or in the studio.
Widely traveled, he is focusing on food photography, for
instance, documenting the once a year Tyrolean Alpine tradition of baking 360 loaves of flat bread, that is dried for a year's supply. Hand pulled noodles in Xian, crepes in France and other street food worldwide are favorite subjects while he is documenting farming in the Himalayas and sustainable growing traditions at original food sources.
A background in architecture informs his compositions
and sense of lighting. Frank was selected for his dramatic lighting to give three dimensional impact to the complete collection of 200 Rodin sculptures for the Cantor Center for the Arts at Stanford. The 1000 page book is the catalogue for the largest collection of Rodin pieces outside of Paris.
Similar dramatic lighting enhance elegant French pastries
for another 1000 page book by Michel Suas, master baker and patissier of Thoroughbread and the new b-Patisserie in San Francisco.