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Industrial Photography

Burlington Office Site
2019-09-09

So by the look of it, half of Dublin is being remodelled and re-imagined. There is a forest of cranes on the skyline – I've tried counting it a few times, but usually get too distracted trying to figure out where the new ones are exactly. Many of these new offices blocks start off a pile of steaming useless 1960s offices or somesuch, then after a blur of diggers, cranes, hi-vis jackets and breakfast-rolls end up as some fine looking depot for...

You Are Now Entering...
2018-01-17

Caught this while out doing some night work for a client on the other side of the bridge. This dystopian urban look is one I quite like, seems to be quite a la mode on Instagram – or maybe that just my...

Greenore Port Shipping
2015-08-09

Carlingford Lough is a real beaute of a thing. I've seen it from a few different angles, but more often than not when its under a dreary threatening hulk of grey. I was shooting a timelapse and some photography for the Greenore Port when I got to spend a couple of days out there, and saw all the seasons – a few times over. Trying to get across you essence of any business in a single photo is forever a challenge. Think I'm getting close in this shot...

The Classic Front Loader
2015-03-30

Difficult not to crack a smirk on sight of a quality Volvo front loader. The mainstay of most industrial setups, these things are just work thirsty monsters in  a perpetual state of torque. This classic Volvo 120D might have a few years on it now, but it's a just a beast of a workhorse, quite probably responsible in part for 1000s of kilometers of road networks and national infrastructure. And they're yellow whats not to...

Miravex Skin Mapping Light
2015-03-16

You'd be forgiven for suspecting the industrial designer of this device had some wild disco-tinged agenda on the world. But in actual fact this Miravex device delivers > something, something, photo, something, light-mapping, something, skin, something, something. I nodded and agreed as white-coated lab doctor cheerily explained. No idea. Then he showed me the results of how this device can interpret and map skin, creating 3D maps of areas around the...

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