Singapore Photographer | Corporate Social Responsibility - Coffee Farming

As more and more companies worldwide are now engaging into corporate social responsibilty initiatives, I was recently assigned by the Louis Dreyfus Company to document their CSR training programs for coffee farmers in Vietnam and Indonesia, showcasing the various environments and group activities led by LDC agronomists in a documentary style to illustrate the company's global and regional annual reports. The project took place over a period of 2 weeks and brought us to coffee plantions in the Lam Dong and Dak Lak provinces of Southern Vietnam, as well as North Sumatra and West Lampung regions in Indonesia.

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Raphael Olivier is a corporate and documentary photographer based in Asia for over a decade, working from Hong Kong and Singapore on assignments all around the region.

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Hong Kong Corporate Photographer | Hilti Office, Warehouse & Service Center

Recent collaboration with Hilti group to produce some corporate visuals showcasing their people and activities in Asia. The aim of this project was to portray people in their real working environment across different locations in Hong Kong including the company's offices, warehouses, training & service centers.

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Singapore Photographer - Corporate Portraits

Recent assignment for Evonik's inhouse corporate magazine showcasing portraits of tech-entrepreneurs in Singapore, as well as a some urban illustration elements.

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Raphael Olivier is a corporate photographer based in Singapore covering portraits, architecture, interiors, lifestyle and other industrial assignments in Asia and beyond.

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The Trade Desk, office and portraits - Singapore Corporate Photographer

A few weeks ago I had the chance to work with the super friendly Trade Desk team in Singapore, shooting a variety of lifestyle portraits, office interiors and candid moments to refresh their company's corporate image bank for the Asia region.

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Raphael Olivier is a commercial photographer based in Singapore, available for corporate, architecture, interiors, lifestyle and industrial assignment all around Asia.

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China Industrial Photographer - Ship Recycling

Zhoushan shipyard, just south of Shanghai, is ground zero for a massive recycling process handled by Dutch company Sea 2 Cradle, who are currently dismantling ships and oil rigs for spare parts to be sold and metal to be fused and re-used in other forms.

The process is basically to strip the vessels from all cables, furniture and equipment to keep only the bare structure, then cut the whole thing down in big chunks with gas torches. Those large sections are then set on ground and taken apart by an army of ant-like workers who separate all elements, which are later sent away by trucks to be melted down.

Raphael Olivier is a corporate & industrial photographer based in Asia for about 10 years, currently living between Hong Kong and Singapore, and available for assignments around the region including annual reports, corporate social responsibility reports, advertising campaigns and more.

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