A quick view under the hood of the Relay at Miller Technology’s facility in North Bay Ontario where I created a series of images of the fabrication process of some of the fleet vehicles. Later, I photographed the Relay in it’s working environment underground at the Young Davidson Mine in Matachewan Ontario Here
We also see the high-vis workwear of miners and industrial trades people but we rarely see the lab coats. Just as important as getting the payload out of the ground further laboratory testing can determine plant performance, grade quality as well as toxic contents in waste materials. As our science and technology industry is constantly expanding these processes will only become more “refined” to maintain a sustainable medium between all our global industries.
Earlier this year I was asked by Dovetail Communications if I could supply them with images to be featured throughout their next edition of the Camese Compendium Of Canadian Mining Suppliers 2017 which arrived in my mail yesterday. Camese is a trade association made up of Canadian companies & suppliers of the mining industrial industry. I wish to thank all involved at Dovetail and Camese for choosing Mining Industrial Photographer @miningphoto for the cover and inlaying images.
James Hodgins is a professional Mining Industrial Photographer based out of The City of Greater Sudbury