Patrick Darby partners with Kona Grill to provide diverse creative solutions in architecture and food photography

Patrick Darby partners with Kona Grill to provide diverse creative solutions in architecture and food photography

Interior architecture photographer Patrick Darby

One of the characteristics at tonic that allows us to stand out as a unique Commercial Photography studio in Phoenix is our ability to accommodate a broad range of work for our clientele at a very high level of creativity and efficiency. Case in point is our recent work with Kona Grill. We’ve been working with Kona for some time in studio for their food photography and recently, we had an opportunity to shoot interiors of their newly remodeled Chandler Fashion Mall location. This remodeled location has a clean, warm and contemporary new look and Kona needed imagery to represent this for both marketing and internal uses.

Tonic has a deep history of both architecture and food work and it is this experience and hospitality background that allows us to partner so effectively with clients such as Kona Grill.

We’re all about making the client experience as simple, efficient and positive as possible and providing our partners with the ability to accommodate a broad range of work which prevents them from having to seek out other resources that they may have not already had exposure to.

We approach our architecture work in the same manner as that of our food projects. Each of these architecture shots below were highly pre-visualized. Clients are presented with compositional representations for each image concept prior to the project. In this manner, our clients are able to anticipate the exact content for each final image before the big shoot.

Our goal in a nutshell, is to provide architectural photography with the highest sensitivity to detail and strong compositional sense and most importantly, that possess an accurate atmospheric representation of the experience of being present within the space.

Our Kona Grill architecture project had us on location from about midnight to early AM and during this time we produced six final images. Here’s the recent session and a few of our favorite Kona food shots too.

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One thought on “Patrick Darby partners with Kona Grill to provide diverse creative solutions in architecture and food photography

  1. Nice. I love the natural look of all this photography. Really lets the place and food shine.

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