‘Aerial’ Category

Gone in 178 seconds…film #MadeLikeAGun

Gone in 178 seconds…film #MadeLikeAGun

The Royal Enfield ‘Pegasus’ limited edition motorcycles went on sale this week…and were gone in 178 seconds! It was an amazing project to be involved with especially for someone like me whose first love at 16 was motorbikes prior to getting into cars. Great to be involved in such a unique backstory meeting WW2 veterans, […]

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Cullinan…Effortless Everywhere campaign

Cullinan…Effortless Everywhere campaign

This was the shoot that I very nearly didn’t get to – that would have been a first in 20 something years of location photography! Hard to imagine now, regularly basking in 30 degree temperatures, but when we shot this campaign back in March, the UK was in the grip of some of the worst […]

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On Vertigo & being Superhuman with Sir Ranulph & Ben

On Vertigo & being Superhuman with Sir Ranulph & Ben

Following the success of the Namibia trip with Land Rover Discovery, we spent a few weeks shooting portraits of Land Rover Ambassadors and aerial footage for Land Rover 70th stories around the UK.  Here are just a few… One of the world’s greatest modern day explorers, Sir Ranulph Fiennes was inspirational and full of great […]

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Sand-bashing in Namibia

Sand-bashing in Namibia

Epic landscapes to explore, wildlife, safari lodges, great Colonial style architecture, amazing weather…so when I was asked last Autumn to shoot Discovery in Namibia with Land Rover & the Spark 44 guys it was a no-brainer. The images & films are released this week. So we all arrived in the capital Windhoek back in September […]

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In the Moody Mountains with Mitsubishi

In the Moody Mountains with Mitsubishi

During the summer, we had another great press ad shoot with the Mitsubishi team, this time in the moody mountains of Wales. The brief was to capture the cars in epic landscapes & Snowdon came up trumps, with a mix of all weathers – brilliant sunshine, fog and torrential rain all in a few days. […]

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Jaguar I-Type – it’s electric!

Jaguar I-Type – it’s electric!

Just released is the imagery of the latest Jaguar I-Type 2 Formula E car. We spent a few days in the studio with this beauty shooting stills and video using Phase One, Sony and DJI for the aerial sequences. Here are just a few of the results – enjoy… And check out the film here […]

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Lightweight E-Type – one of ‘The Missing Six’

Lightweight E-Type – one of ‘The Missing Six’

Well luckily I ‘found’ one on location a few weeks back and here are the fruits of the find, revealed in London’s Mayfair last night! The ‘Special FT’ Lightweight E-types were originally built with new-style aluminium bodies in the sixties. 18 chassis were planned, but only 12 were built. Six chassis numbers assigned to Lightweights were […]

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74th Goodwood Members Meeting #74MM

74th Goodwood Members Meeting #74MM

Just back from another fantastic weekend shooting at Goodwood at the 74th Members Meeting #74MM. We had a very varied few days – from shooting aerial drone video before the crowds descended, to evening shoots with very special cars from Mercedes-Benz Museum Stuttgart (a pair of W196 F1 and W25) and JPS Lotus (under wraps at the moment, so […]

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Geneva Fiesta Fever

Geneva Fiesta Fever

It was great to be invited to film the aerial sequences for the Geneva Motor Show 2016 launch film of the Ford Fiesta ST200 a couple of weeks back. We spent a slightly grey & damp February day with a great team from Gaucho Productions, shooting footage of the ST200 with the drone. It wasn’t […]

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Chasing Classics – Honda NSX

Chasing Classics – Honda NSX

I always like to work with new innovations in photography – drone footage is no exception. After a year of testing and refining techniques and getting fully licensed to fly for commercial work (PFAW from the CAA), I headed to my favourite location on the planet to shoot a classic 1996 Honda NSX. So take […]

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