‘Automotive Classic Cars’ Category

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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Revival 2015 Return of Retro Style

Revival 2015 Return of Retro Style

This years Goodwood Revival took place a few weeks back. So, after raiding the local retro clothing store for some suitable attire, I headed to West Sussex for a few days of automotive nostalgia with the beautiful people of the historic racing fraternity! I was asked to shoot the historic coming together of all six Shelby […]

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Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 #FOS

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 #FOS

This week’s blog shows just a handful of the images which I shot at last weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 #FOS, before I head off to the 40 degree plus temperatures on the next location shoot! 2015 #FOS was possibly the most memorable to date, with an incredible VIP guest list brought together by […]

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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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73rd Goodwood Members Meeting #73MM

73rd Goodwood Members Meeting #73MM

This weekend’s 73rd Members Meeting held at Goodwood saw another spectacular visual feast for anyone with a passion for period motor racing. I took the opportunity to catch up with friends old & new over a freezing cold, but very entertaining couple of days. If you are not familiar with the event it is a pretty unique. It […]

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Sir Stirling Moss, Jaguar F-Type, Back in the saddle at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

Sir Stirling Moss, Jaguar F-Type, Back in the saddle at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

Apologies to my loyal readers, who will know that I have been shooting at my favourite haunt of Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb for quite a while now, but I had to come back here for a special event today. This weekend, I was given the honour of shooting British motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss […]

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Piers Dowell, Pink Floyd and the art of the motorsport helmet

Piers Dowell, Pink Floyd and the art of the motorsport helmet

All regular readers of this blog will know that first and foremost I’m an automotive photographer. That’s cars, trucks, motorbikes, in fact anything that has wheels and moves. So it should be no surprise then that I tend to socialise with like-minded image producers and artists who add an automotive colour to their work. Piers […]

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Mark Walker and the 200HP V8 Darracq at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

Mark Walker and the 200HP V8 Darracq at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb

With the New Year comes another season of historic racing events. I’ve mentioned Barrie “Whizzo” Williams and Shelsley Walsh in past blogs (even featuring Whizzo gunning up the hill on video), so this week I want to focus on another wonderful old racing car I shot last summer – the incredible 200HP V8 Darracq. I […]

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The Grand Prix Lotus 18/21, Andrew Tart and the art of the engineer

The Grand Prix Lotus 18/21, Andrew Tart and the art of the engineer

It’s nearing Christmas so I thought I’d start this week’s blog on a festive note: a visit to Santa’s grotto, or something equivalent. But while Santa’s workshop in Lapland has umpteen elves in pointy hats fussing over intricately crafted toy racing cars and wooden train sets, the one I visited has a team of engineering […]

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