While being an Industrial Photographer may not carry the glamour of fashion photography or the excitement of sport photography, there is still something about it that is very appealing to me. I guess I find it to be its own particular challenge. That challenge being the ability to photograph industrial equipment or industry related scenes and embody them in an image that is as interesting, expressive and thought-provoking as anything you could find in any other area of photography. I relish the challenge! Just take a look at the above image – a field of wind turbines towering and impressive as they reach up and out into the distance. Each set of their almost imperceptible whirling blades forming a mesmerizing circle of constant motion which is beautifully captured by camera. I have completed so many jobs in industrial photography that I have a deep understanding of the best camera equipment to use in industrial settings where getting up close to the items I am photographing is not always an option. I am also well aware that there are many occasions in industrial photography where safety takes on the utmost importance. Additionally, the wealth of experience I have built up through the years working in photojournalism has positively influenced my work as an Industrial Photographer. Through the lens of my camera, I see more than coveralls, hardhats and machinery I also see much more than raw materials, products and manufacturing processes in a factory. I see the opportunity to help each client reach out to consumers, current and prospective customers, distributors, suppliers and business associates of all kinds. So, whether my clients request photos that will be used on their websites, social media pages or in a hard copy of a manual or brochure, I approach the assignment knowing that I can produce exactly what they need.