Offshore Photos

Here’s another handful of offshore photos from a recent assignment for Rigsby Hull and Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. These offshore photographs shows oil rig constructions and roughnecks at work on Ocean Valor, which is situated off the coast of Rio de Janeiro, an approximately 75 minutes ride by helicopter. The oil rig workers stays on the offshore rig drilling for oil in 15 and 30 days shifts. The oil rig photos will be used as part of Diamond Offshore’s communication material to clients and investors, including web and print media.

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Offshore Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photography

Once again I had the pleasure of working with Rigsby Hull and Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. on a oil rig photography project. During the course of a day, I visited their newest acquisition, the DP Semisubmersible Ocean Valor, in the middle of the ocean off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

The oil rig photography includes pictures of the offshore construction, roughnecks portraits, offshore work situations. The final artwork will be used as part of Diamond Offshores communication to their shareholders and clients. This project contributes to the growing collection of oil drilling and oil rigs images and associated oil and gas industry structures and vessels by industrial photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson.

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Oil Rig Photographer

Nike Football Culture in Latin America

We’ve completed the ethnographic research work for Nike and the result is a beautiful, 400-page book on football culture in Latin America. The research is in large part based upon visual ethnography by Jacob Langvad Nilsson. The book is a study of football culture among teens in Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico. The research sought to capture how football as a sport greatly influence the daily lives of youngsters in both urban and rural settings, and helped the client strengthen its understanding of and relationship with its consumers.

Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Nike Football Culture in Latin America by Photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson
Visual Ethnography
Visual Ethnography

The Brazilian Dream: Tahis

Tahís for Visual Ethnography, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for BOX1824
Tahís for Visual Ethnography, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for BOX1824

‘The Brazilian Dream’ (O Sonho Brasileiro) is a qualitative study of the young generation Brazilians, with focus on their dreams and desires. This is a photograph of The Brazilian Dream: Tahis for Visual Ethnography from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for BOX1824 by photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson.

The Brazilian Dream: Tahis for Visual Ethnography

‘The Brazilian Dream’ (O Sonho Brasileiro) is a qualitative study of the young generation Brazilians, with focus on their dreams and desires. This is a photograph of The Brazilian Dream: Tahis for Visual Ethnography from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for BOX1824 by photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson.

'O Sonho Brasileiro' (The Brazilian Dream) - Visual ethnography by Jacob Langvad for BOX1824

Laura, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for BOX1824

‘The Brazilian Dream’ (O Sonho Brasileiro) is a qualitative study of the young generation Brazilians, with focus on their dreams and desires.

'O Sonho Brasileiro' (The Brazilian Dream) - Visual ethnography by Jacob Langvad for BOX1824

This is a photograph of Laura for Rio de Janeiro Brazil for BOX1824 by photographer Jacob Langvad Nilsson.