Features Photography by Steve Thornton.
AoP accredited photographer. NUJ accredited photojournalist.
Awards - Gold Award KODAK - Portraiture. Shortlisted World Food Photography Awards - 2018 & 2019.
Home → Unexploded World War I & II bomb disposal - Corporate & media assignment. Part 1.
Unexploded World War I & II bomb disposal. New product/s development testing.
Part 1. Limited selection
A corporate feature shoot testing new products for safer removal of unexploded World War I & II ordnance.
Historical activities across the world have left a huge legacy of unexploded ordinance (UXO). *The UK's eastern coastal area the North Sea contains 1.3 million lethal bombs ranging from; air delivered bombs, sea mines, torpedoes, depth charges and chemical warfare material from WW I & II alone. *In German waters, there are about 1.6 million tons and 300,000 UXB in the Baltic Sea.
*Source - 23 Aug 2017. www.dw.com
Part 1 photographic assignment covers new product development for the safer removal of live UXO.
Part 2 photographic assignment covering actual disposal of live UXO.
Client - Special Projects Det.
Location - Skydock, Faldingworth Base, Lincolnshire. UK.
Usage - Corporate brochure & worldwide press/media