We’ve all seen those images; two guys in hard hats, holding a set of plans, one pointing off into the distance, the other looking knowingly in the same direction. That’s not what really happens on site. And it’s not interesting, because we’ve seen it before 100 times. I’m a Brisbane industrial photographer who believes there’s a better way to engage your clients. The best industrial portraits show your people doing what they normally do – their job. Albeit we might put them in some slightly cleaner PPE!
Industrial sites always have interesting things going on, there’s usually no need to manufacture an image. Asking your people to explain what normally happens on site means we’ll get better images. Because that’s what’s interesting – your staff, plant and equipment working to achieve your goals.
I have qualifications in accident investigation and forensic science. My safety expertise sets me apart from most other industrial photographer’s. To me, safety means more than just a pair of steel caps and five-minute tool box talk. Small incidents can have huge consequences. So, after capturing a detailed brief from your marketing/communications team, I speak with your safety reps to understand what happens on site. We talk about how to best integrate my already safe work practices into your complex site. This lets us achieve stunning images and footage with minimal risk.
Having detailed site knowledge before we start means I can give you advice on the best vantage points and best time of day to shoot. It also means we can gather images and footage you may not have thought possible.
I’m based in Brisbane but I travel to sites all over South East Queensland and Australia. The combination of my safety qualifications and my ‘real work’ approach means I can achieve remarkable images for your company without compromising safety. The benefit of me being both industrial photographer and video producer means you only need to grant access to one crew, but achieve two goals.