Darwin photographer David Hancock
is a leading corporate and industrial photographer
in northern Australia. His images of the mining and energy sectors have graced annual reports, prospectuses, web sites and advertising.
David has more than 20 years experience working on mine sites and offshore platforms in northern Australia and photographed many of the early oil and gas wells in the Timor Sea, off the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
He has photographed mining operations in north-eastern Arnhem Land, at ERA’s Ranger uranium mine and various small operations in the NT. His industrial photography includes large construction projects, including the construction of the Alice Springs to Darwin railway line and Hochtief’s railway line duplication project near Port Hedland.
Coming from a background in photojournalism, David understands the need to provide strong images of people working in these industries, along with a need to highlight positive environmental aspects of corporate and industrial photography
in Darwin and Australia.
David Hancock’s corporate and industrial photography is influenced by the lush light and compelling landscape of northern Australia, and graced by people who work hard to make these projects a success.
Corporate Photography Darwin
Industrial Photography Darwin
Architectural Photography Darwin