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— About me, social media, and how to get in touch
Paige Baker is an industrial photographer originally from the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in western North Dakota.
He has spent four years working in the Bakken oilfield in a range of different jobs. His experience working directly with upstream and midstream companies in it’s various environments gives him valuable insight into the workings of the oil and gas industry and translates to the authentic and powerful imagery he creates.
Whether you are looking to furnish your office with specific pieces of oilfield fine art or wanting to hire a photographer to create an image library to market your specific service or company, contact him and trust that you’ll be provided with the highest quality work. Paige’s time in the oilfield working from the ground up gave him access and insight into the many facets and views of the oilfield. In the midst of a busy operation, he is able to simplify with his camera, and capture impactful and concise pictures.
Paige’s time spent working in the oilfield instilled a strong sense of safety and communication. He will work within the set guidelines at all times and strive to continually “over communicate” to make sure he goes above and beyond what is expected of him for the customer.
Current Safety Certifications & Licenses
Current Safety Certifications: PEC Safeland USA, PEC H2S Clear
Other Pertinent Certifications/Licenses: Paige Baker Photography LLC is fully insured and holds a current FAA Part 107 SUAS Certification with an active profile at https://droners.io/home/ and is an Infrared Training Center Certified Thermographer.
Paige Baker Photography is a Native American-owned company, and is licensed by the
Tribal Employment Rights office (TERO) on the Ft. Berthold Indian reservation.
If you have any questions about any of my work, to start the conversation to commission my services, or anything in general, feel free to use the contact form at the bottom of this page and I will get in touch with you right away. Thank you.