Videos and Photography in China

The Team.

Duo Dynamic — Or many more in China. 

We are a dynamic duo, capable of expanding our team as needed, operating seamlessly in China and across Asia. You will benefit from our expertise, experience, cultural knowledge and having all the required resources in one place. Moreover, you’ll have direct access to the people who really are going to make your project happen.

We can either conduct your China photo shoot independently, using our own equipment and expertise as a duo, or upon request, we can arrange for equipment rental and assemble a team of proficient professionals. Additional photographers, videographers, directors, producers, and other talents are available on your specific requirements. 

Creative Minds

Tuomas Harjumaaskola

Tuomas Harjumaaskola 
Creative Director, Photographer and Filmmaker

Tuomas is professional in photography and video production with long China experience. He has primarily worked with corporations since 2000.

Tuomas not only excels in photography but also brings six years of experience as a creative director, providing valuable customer insights. His expertise includes video editing, producing, storytelling, scripting and writing, photo retouching, graphic design, web design, and networking. 

Miao Liu

Miao Liu 
Creative Organizer and Video Editor

Miao Liu is a photo and video professional with a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Design. She has prior experience in Animation Design and Production. Miao is skilled in organizing, communicating, and editing videos, with a solid understanding of technical and visual aspects as well as the cultural differences. She is proficient in various editing software, maintain a calm demeanor, actively listen, collaborate effectively, and uphold integrity. 

Your vision, our passion!

Email Tuomas 
English or Finnish 
[email protected]
Answers typically within 12 hours 

Contact Miao  
English or Chinese 
WeChat: miao-liu 
9am-9pm Beijing time 

We can of course start from scratch, but… no matter how small or big your project is, it’s helpful if you provide as much information as possible in your initial contact. This will save you time. Here are some points to consider. 

Project context and background
Define the objectives and goals
Details about the product or subject
Identify the shoot location
Define the desired style
Tell what worked in the past
Define the scope of the project
Relevant stakeholder information
Specify decision-makers involved
Define target audience
Communicate your key message
Define the turnaround time
Identify any challenges
Need for models, actors, or talents
Retouching or editing requirements
Special effects in post-production
Script, subtitles, or a narrator
Where the visuals will be displayed
Budget for the project
Approval process for reviewing

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