B&A photographer Jamie Chung worked with Barron’s Magazine to create stunning, poignant images for an article about Big Oil’s potential to survive the transition to clean energy.
The article focused on Big Oil’s future as governments begin to invest more in the energy transition to low-carbon technologies. Instead of knocking them out of the running, the article presented a path for Big Oil to actually move into the driver’s seat for the next stage of energy, if they play their cards right. Jamie’s photos, titled “The Green New World of Big Oil,” artfully show the juxtaposition of Big Oil’s legacy and their potentially green future.
Jamie was awarded an SPD 58 Merit award in the category Feature Spread: Still Life Photography for his photos in this story. With thousands of entries worldwide that are judged by a jury of leading creatives, the Society for Publication Designers' annual competition is the largest in the world. SPD recognizes and promotes the best in editorial design, photography and illustration.