Peter Robey is an Australian resource and mining photographer based in Brisbane. His work has taken him from 2.5 km down under the earth to dangling off the skids of a helicopter, from the most poverty-stricken villages in Nigeria, to a golf cart with the 7th richest man in the United States. Peter is loves his job.
Peter Robey's mining and resource clients know him as someone who can work in adverse conditions, under pressure, and as someone who thinks laterally. Peter prides himself on these qualities.
Peter Robey Resource and Mining Photographer. Peter Robey is capable of shooting any and all mining and resource industries. Peter accomodates for absolutely any industries where energy or some sort of process engineering is involved. Examples include transport infrastructures such as Train, Rail, Road, and Shipping. Peter has shot for an extremely wide range of clients, ranging from small firms to international superfirms.
Peter Robey Mining Photographer has experience shooting any type of Mining Photos including offshore, opencut mines, underground mining, coal mines, oil and gas fields, oil field, gold mines, aluminum smelters, drill rig, hard metal mines, energy and power stations, process engineering, agriculture, ports, marble, and shipping
Peter Robey Mining Photographer can shoot anywhere in Australia and in fact, anywhere in the world. The most common areas include: Asia Pacific, Australia, Central Queensland, Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, Northern Territory.
Peter Robey's Mining Photography work has spanned across the globe and has taken him to countries such as South Africa, United States of America, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Turkey, Canada and all over the Asia Pacific region.