I did a recent corporate + industrial reportage shoot for SIEMENS ENERGY. The site was the Moneypoint power station on the County Clare coastline in Ireland. Moneypoint has recently installed the world’s largest synchronous condenser - not sure what that is and want to know? - then please look here: https://www.siemens-energy.com/global/en/news/magazine/2022/irelands-great-grid-stabilizer.html It turns out it’s not very photographic, especially with scaffolding surrounding it. The writer, drone pilot and I photographed around this new bit of kit including the people that are bringing Moneypoint towards being a renewable energy hub.
To see further examples of industrial photography please visit this gallery of work: https://www.jonbrowning.co.uk/industrial-photography
Probably 15 years too late but I have now joined the AOP (Associaton of Photographers) as an accredited photographer. You may see my profile here: https://www.the-aop.org/find/photographers/profile/16693/jonathan-browning
I’m hoping to do more photography with NGO’s and charities over the next couple of years around the globe and on advice of a couple people, I enrolled and completed a HEAT course which stands for Hostile Environment Awareness Training. Tucked away in the Sussex countryside, myself and 19 humanitarian aid workers were subjected to various nightmare scenarios over three days along with some invaluable first aid training.
A month later I was invited back to do some photography for the course provider, ILS for their various marketing and communication needs. Here are a few images from that.
A story I photographed about a Cumbrian company with ambitious plans to map all of the Church of England graveyards in England, some 19,000 ( millions of gravestones ) was featured in WIRED Magazine over a double page spread. The full set of images can be seen here: https://www.jonbrowning.co.uk/graveyard
Subsequently it was also featured in France’sWeDemain magazine and Holland’s FD.
A personal photo story I worked on over the winter of 2021/2022 about Brighton’s Last Beach Fisherman was published in the Sunday Times Magazine in their photography special section. Really happy to be featured in the magazine again and many thanks to their layout and choice of images. Please take a look at the gallery!