Monday, March 27, 2006

Springerville Power Plant

The photographs contained in this post are from a recent assignment for an editorial client, Rural Electric Magazine. The magazine sent me to Springerville, AZ to photograph a new power plant being built by Tri-State Transmission and Generation. Tri-State also happens to be a client of mine as it turns out. I had been to the Springerville plant twice before while shooter earlier annual reports for Tri-State. Tri-State is putting in a 450 megawatt generator at this site. The Springerville plant had two other generators operated by another company.

The control room has been completed enough for testing. I lit the control room using 2 Nikon SB-800 strobes pointed at the ceiling with a type of blue gel over the strobes. I also had another SB-800 pointed at the operator seated in front of the console. I had an opportunity to climb inside the boiler to capture a few cool images.

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David shoots for many graphic design firms and Fortune 500 companies in Denver, Colorado and nationwide. With 22 years of annual report photography experience, David is at home hovering in a helicopter over a drill rig in the Andes, creating dramatic lighting in a laboratory setting, or shooting a CEO portrait in New York City. He is also an effective communicator, comfortable with all employees from management to support field staff, and sensitive to the political and inter-personal issues at work. David treats each assignment as an editorial essay, stressing strong, compelling images that communicate the story. Finally, he is an excellent problem solver, adapting quickly to changing conditions and technical challenges, remaining focused on the assignment goals while adhering to practical time and financial constraints.
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