Some photographers follow the entertainment business. Others are dedicated to sports teams. Not Greg Locke. “I follow the oil industry,” he says. “It’s wet, dirty work, for the most part.” 

Since 1995, most of Locke’s time has been spent on Hibernia, the world’s largest offshore oil platform. “The scale and engineering involved to build these things out in the North Atlantic, which is one of the harshest oceans in the world—it still amazes,” he says.

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