Category: Industrial Photography

Stuart Hall Documents The Most Destructive Project in His Giga-Project

Award-winning landscape photographer Stuart Hall specialises in capturing people, lifestyle and vast, abstract landscapes. His portfolio covers beautiful and bold advertising campaigns for off-road car brands; night-time cityscapes, breathtaking landscapes and architecture. For his “Giga-Project” series, Stuart has been photographing the depressing course of the Giga-project in Northern Alberta, Canada – the biggest industrial project in human history and likely to be the most devastating. Hall first visited the Tar Sands in Fort McMurray in 2011 and tried to return almost every year to capture the growing damage to the natural environment. The unbelievable beauty in the images belies the ... Read more

The Beauty of Recycled Waste by Paul Bulteel

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”96953,96954,96955,96956,96957,96958,96959,96960,96961,96962,96963,96964″] According to Houston-based Waste Management, every day people generate a volume of trash that weighs roughly as much as a million elephants. By 2050, if things don’t change, the plastic waste in the ocean will outweigh the fish. For human populations this translates into major health issues. The Belgian photographer Paul Bulteel is deeply interested in this problem, he visited more than 50 recycling facilities in Europe to document the waste we throw away. Paul takes on this task in a series of striking and highly illuminating photographs of what happens when our discarded paper, ... Read more

Life Cycles by Daniel Bushaway

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”large” ids=”91394,91395,91396,91397,91398,91399,91400,91401,91402,91403″] Daniel Bushaway is an professional documentary photographer currently based in Melbourne, Australia. He was graduated from Camberwell College of Arts and Crafts in London. For his series “Life Cycles”, Daniel captured mills and manufacturing plants that produce notepads and wrapping paper.

Induscapes by Pierclaudio Duranti

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”78516,78517,78518,78519,78520,78521,78522,78523,78524″] Pierclaudio Duranti is a talented 43 years old self taught photographer and artist based in San Gemini, Italy. He shoot a lot of fine art, architecture and industrial photography.

Ivanpah by Michael Friberg

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”77471,77472,77473,77474,77475,77476,77477,77478″] Michael Friberg is a 28 year old editorial and documentary photographer with a wife, two beagles and a mortgage. He enjoys rap music, farmers, shooting polaroids in the studio and the occasional whiskey beverage. If you like muddled fruit in your old fashioned, he will not be your friend.

Steel Work – Production by Terry Evans

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”77434,77435,77436,77437,77438,77439,77440,77441,77442″] Terry Evans has photographed the prairies and plains of North America and the urban prairie of Chicago. Combining both aerial and ground photography, she delves into the intricate and complex relationships between land and people. Her work explores the virgin prairie, working steel mills, Greenland ice sheets, a small town in the Kansas Flint Hills and the oil boom in North Dakota. Recent exhibitions include a retrospective exhibition at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City with catalogue entitled Heartland. Additionally Radius Books published a book in 2012 by Evans, Prairie Stories. She has exhibited ... Read more

Streit’s Matzo Factory by Joseph O. Holmes

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”77446,77447,77448,77449,77450,77451,77452,77453,77454″] Joseph O. Holmes’s photographs have hung in solo and group shows around the world. His solo exhibition “The Booth” ran through June 2014 at Toronto’s TIFF Bell Lighthouse, following its four-month run at New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image. Among other awards, Holmes has been honored with a Curator’s Commendation at the Houston Center for Photography, first prize in MPLS Photo Center’s 2010 Portraits Exhibition, Honorable Mention in the Silver Eye Gallery’s Fellowship Competition, Honorable Mention in the PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris Competition, and Honorable Mention in the Photographic Center Northwest’s 12th ... Read more

Textiles by Christopher Payne

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” size=”medium” ids=”52103,52104,52105,52106,52107,52108,52109,52110″] Christopher Payne specializes in the documentation of America’s vanishing architecture and industrial landscape. Trained as an architect, he is fascinated by how things are purposefully designed and constructed, and how they work. His first book, New York’s Forgotten Substations: The Power Behind the Subway, offered dramatic, rare views of the behemoth machines that are hidden behind modest facades in New York City. His second book, Asylum: Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals, which includes an essay by the renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks, was the result of a seven-year survey of America’s vast and ... Read more

Industrial Photography by Kilian Kessler

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”26321,26322,26323,26324,26325,26326,26327,26328,26329,26330,26331″] Kilian Kessler is an professional photographer based in Zurich, Switzerland, who shoot a lot of corporate and portrait photography.

Corporate Photography by Eric Khor

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”25880,25881,25882,25883,25884,25885,25886,25887,25888,25889,25890″] Eric Khor was born in Penang Malaysia in 1974 and began his photography career in his youth and now has over 18 years of experience. From traditional filmed photography in the 20th century to digital photography in the 21st century, Eric has taken countless photographs ranging from nature to people using different photography tools and techniques. Eric draws his inspiration from his daily experience and specialise in Portrait photography. He believes a good Portrait shot needs to capture the right emotion at the right moment. It is not just about photographing people, it is about bringing ... Read more

Industrial Landscapes by Bart van Damme

[gallery columns=”1″ link=”file” ids=”25022,25023,25024,25025,25026,25027,25028,25029,25030,25031,25032″] Bart van Damme studied at the Vrije Academie in The Hague and Minerva Art Academy in Groningen in the early and mid 80s. Trained as a painter, he increasingly evolved into a photographer with a fascination for the social landscape in general, and the transitional, industrial and coastal landscape in particular. Influenced by the American New Topographics movement, he developed his own distinctive, perhaps Dutch, style. The starting point in his work is always documentary-based, but presented in an artistic fashion. Bart now lives and works in Rotterdam, NL.