Viviane Moos |  Documentary Photographer
Wall Art HEALTHCARE & MEDICAL BUSINESS & INDUSTRY PORTRAITS RELIGION CRISIS DAILY LIFE FEATURE: THE GIRLS OF RECIFE FEATURE: ORPHANS OF THE FOREST FEATURE: DOCTORS MAKING HOME VISITS FEATURE: SEBASTIAN PONS - Fashion from Mallorca to Manhattan FEATURE: THE TREES OF ANGKOR FEATURE: MY PERSONAL STORY WITH THE WORLD TRADE CENTER TEAR SHEETS
Business and industry assignments are special because they satisfy one's curiousity about how things are made and where they come from. From the very hard-to-get access of the mature palm oil plantations that are surprisingly beautiful to the success story of a Nissan car assembly plant in Malaysia. From the super-sized container ships to the women workers who burn their finger-tips and hands from the caustic oils of the cashews they must handle in Brazilian factories.  From the successful microbusiness loans to women in India to child labor in various countries, all are part of the economic engines that fuel the world.
Mature Palm oil plantation Harvesting palm oil fruit with
buffalo, environmentally responsible and economically brilliant Palm oil fruit going into the pressure steam-cooking tanks Collecting rice in Burma Fully loaded French cargo ship  ready to depart from Westports, one of the top 10 ports in Asia with enhanced fully computerized e-Terminals Nissan company lunch room, Malaysia Malaysia Nissan Car Assembly Plant, an industry success story Building new roads in Cambodia Women workers in a cashew factory, Brazil. Brazilian factory workers leaving at the end of their shift Women sewing clothing in a factory on the Mexico border. Child Labor in Pakistan Microbusiness - women's candle-making enterprise in Kerala, India Home business - making pottery for sale, north rural Brazil Burning the sugar cane fields in Colombia.