Suzanne is a veteran producer with over 15 years of experience producing TV commercials and short films in Hong Kong. Her work includes award winning campaigns for Fujifilm, CocaCola, HSBC, AIA and Nestle. Suzanne is a graduate of University of Exeter with a master degree in Film Studies. She is fluent in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.
Frank Shek is a versatile writer/director with a keen passion for different art forms, and the constant curiosity to observe and connect. Collaborating with international talents has refined his global sense and taste.
The classical film and documentary education he received in California – followed by years of high-profile U.S., European film and Reality TV productions – have proven significant in establishing his later filmmaking style and methodology.
His commercial work embodies colourful, insightful human experiences and delicate, compelling characters. It ranges from emotion-charged storytelling to lyrical visual poetry, as well as witty, delightful comedy. From long-form narrative film to compact punchy piece, what remains essential is the attention to detail and captivating performances. Being precise yet imaginative, he always goes the extra mile for that extra magic in each project.
He has created impactful films, including one for Danone’s “There Is a Kind of Love Called Letting Go” Campaign, which accumulated over 3.5 million views in just one month and received recognition from both the industry and audience. Such interaction and resonance from viewers across cultures is especially fulfilling.
He works with a wide spectrum of clients like AIA, Cigna, Citibank, HSBC, Coca Cola, Nestle, Danone, KFC, Miele, Ikea, Dettol, HK Tourism Board, MTR, HK International Airport over the years.