‘Video’ Category

BMW Ultimate Driving BTS

BMW Ultimate Driving BTS

This weeks blog takes a look behind the scenes at a recent shoot for BMW Ultimate Driving at Goodwood. We were asked to shoot a range of stills and aerial drone video of some of the top of the range BMWs, from the super slick i8, to the M Series and off-road with the X5. The location […]

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Donington Historic and an NSX

Donington Historic and an NSX

Most of this weekend was spent at Donington Historic Festival – a relatively new date on the historic racing calendar. I was asked to take part in the ‘Supercars Through the Decades’ demonstration representing the ’90’s with my 1996 Honda NSX. Other cars taking part were BMW i8, Jenson Button’s ex McLaren, GT40, Ferrari, Porsche […]

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The Gadget Show – Cars, Cameras and a Hill Climb…

The Gadget Show – Cars, Cameras and a Hill Climb…

Last night Channel 5’s ‘The Gadget Show’ was on air, which we filmed a couple of weeks back with Jon Bentley and his team. A very good time was had by all, mixing up a couple of my favourite topics – cars and cameras. You probably already know ‘The Gadget Show’ – my kids never miss […]

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We P3rsonalised It – Introducing the Very British MG3

We P3rsonalised It – Introducing the Very British MG3

We’ve had to keep this under wraps for a while but now it’s aired in the ad breaks of our favourite soaps (*cough) we can now reveal the magic behind the new MG3 ad. That little car spinning amongst the streets to a backing track by Elephant 12 is the result of a little photography, […]

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Nissan Qashqai – discovering the 360 Around View Monitor

Nissan Qashqai – discovering the 360 Around View Monitor

Canary Wharf is always considered the business hub of London and it’s an area we’re all proud of. With the sparkling glass reflecting the ultra-clean streets and the best of modern architecture grouped together it feels like every city should. Without traffic congestion or crowding it’s difficult to imagine that in those mirrored towers millions […]

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How to park a Nissan Qashqai amid the glass towers of Canary Wharf

How to park a Nissan Qashqai amid the glass towers of Canary Wharf

Parking in London – what a nightmare! With the stress of it I often muse how I’d like to demolish the cityscape around me and park my car where I like and however I like. If only… So that’s how I felt recently when driving at a snail’s pace around Canary Wharf, where I planned […]

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How a joy riding skeleton in a Lamborghini Reventon helped us win the Deus Ex: Human Revolution job

How a joy riding skeleton in a Lamborghini Reventon helped us win the Deus Ex: Human Revolution job

Not so long ago we found ourselves in the twilight world of biotech firms, super-enhanced humans and black opps teams hell bent on murder. Our task was to ensure ex SWAT hard man Adam Jensen – hired to protect scientists to carry out their dubious trade in human experimentation – was given a makeover worthy […]

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The Nissan Townpod and why the Dernbach studio is ideal for injured photographers

The Nissan Townpod and why the Dernbach studio is ideal for injured photographers

John Lennon once wrote: “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”. These prophetic lines came to haunt me a couple of years ago, just as I was planning a shoot for the Nissan Townpod prototype in Germany. And I blame it all on my wife’s turnips. It was a few […]

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Hyundai Grandeur in Venice, Texas

Hyundai Grandeur in Venice, Texas

In many ways the Hyundai Grandeur shoot was different from my other work because Hyundai wanted me to attach my name to the pictures and the video of their latest car. Usually I remain invisible from the product; a hired gun who shoots and moves on to the next job. Essentially they asked me to […]

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Barrie “Whizzo” Williams and the Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

Barrie “Whizzo” Williams and the Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

Much of my life has been focussed around shooting anything that has four wheels and drinks gallons of the black stuff. So as an enthusiastic petrol head I never ignore opportunities to shoot good looking cars – especially when they’re the vintage sports variety racing on my doorstep. Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb – the oldest […]

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