Rigamarole Tear Sheets, Spring 2010 issue, Diamond Offshore. Part 1

Rigamarole is a newsmagazine published by and for the world’s third-largest offshore drilling firm, Diamond Offshore. The stories in Rigamarole encompass everything from leading edge drilling technology to interviews with industry titans to workers’ personal ruminations. I’ve been contributing with offshore photography and oil rig photography for several issues.
Graphic Design by Daniel Pagan, Rigsby Hull.

Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Rigamarole Tear Sheets, Spring 2010 issue, Diamond Offshore. Part 2

Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Rigamarole Tear Sheets, Spring 2010 issue, Diamond Offshore by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Rigamarole Tear Sheets, Spring 2010 issue, Diamond Offshore

Rigamarole is a newsmagazine published by and for the world’s third-largest offshore drilling firm, Diamond Offshore. The stories in Rigamarole encompass everything from leading edge drilling technology to interviews with industry titans to workers’ personal ruminations. I’ve been contributing with offshore photography and oil rig photography for several issues.

Graphic Design by Daniel Pagan, Rigsby Hull.

Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Diamond Offshore photo by Jacob Langvad Nilsson

Minas Gerais in Progress with Webcitizen

Brazil is undergoing an enormous transformation these days. For the last 10 years it has had an annual growth in GDP of 4 pct. Traveling through the country you see with your own eyes how the country is rising from poverty and transforming into a very modern country. Forget the times with government corruption and destitution. This rich country is getting stronger and wealthier every day.

Webcitizen, a new Brazilian company, aims to create citizen awareness and involvement in government projects, using Web 2.0 technologies.

Web 2.0 refers to what is perceived as a second generation of web development and web design. It is characterized as facilitating communication, information sharing, user-centered design and collaboration on the Web. Examples include social-networking sites, wikis, blogs etc.

We were commissioned to travel for 30 days through the state of Minas Gerais to document all the new developments within schools, hospitals, infrastructure, constructions. We drove 6000 km and visited 22 cities.

We met and photographed the citizens of Minas Gerais whose lives is undergoing a huge transformation.

We saw with our own eyes that the Government had indeed kept its promise, exceeded it in some facets, and we visually captured this panorama for a larger audience successfully.

Minas Gerais in Progress with Webcitizen by Photographer Jacob Langvad
Minas Gerais in Progress with Webcitizen by Photographer Jacob Langvad
Minas Gerais in Progress with Webcitizen by Photographer Jacob Langvad
Minas Gerais in Progress with Webcitizen by Photographer Jacob Langvad


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