Throughout 2014 / 2015 & 2016
Industrial photography can be a complicated business since you have to have safety inductions, permits, and ensure you wear personal protective equipment before you can even get out on the site to even start taking photographs. It can also be a very dangerous place to work, especially when there is a one-off job going on and you have to try and capture the shot in a way that shows off the activity in the best possible way. There are so many things to take into account, weather, permit conditions, safety, planning, timing and the best position for the shot as well as timing. You need the first three to be in place before you can even think about getting the right photo, these jobs don't stop and pose for you, you need to be on the spot where the activity is taking place at the exact moment to capture what's going on. If you miss it, it's over and you probably won't get another chance, so planning is an important part of the process.
I have vast experience within the Oil and Gas sector, I have a high regard for all safety stadards, I'm Harness trained, RPE Fit Tested and fully convercent with current standards and regulation within the oil and gas sector.