All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Car Photography’

Finding Epic 49° 10′ 49.30″ N  -2° 14′ 45.06″ W

Finding Epic 49° 10′ 49.30″ N -2° 14′ 45.06″ W

Head South, not North – in the UK when most people think 4×4 locations they think Scotland, Wales & all points north – yawn, predictable and possibly rather cliched! But then I suppose if you are a clothing company – waxed jackets, wellies & tweed caps with gundogs…why not? To find something different you need […]

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Creativepool Spotlight interview

Creativepool Spotlight interview

It was great to be interviewed by the guys at Creativepool a few weeks back for their Inspiration section, so yeah 🙂 without further ado…here it is… “I’ve been freelancing since 1989 and have shot globally for most automotive brands from Rolls Royce to Renault, Bentley to Buick, Cadillac to Kia,” says Nigel Harniman, reflecting […]

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Ferraris at Fifty

Ferraris at Fifty

Unless you have been living under a stone or are not into photography or cars (then how did you get here??) you will know that it was Festival of Speed at Goodwood last weekend. Five championship F1 Ferraris that were driven by Michael Schumacher were brought together in the Assembly Area at Goodwood for us […]

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Mighty Morgan Plus Six

Mighty Morgan Plus Six

We had the great pleasure to be invited to shoot for Morgan a few weeks back for the global launch images of the all new Plus Six model. These were released to the press & public in Geneva earlier this month. The First Edition cars are in Emerald, a contemporary version of British Racing Green […]

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Tranquility and the Muonionalusta meteorite

Tranquility and the Muonionalusta meteorite

Released to the press & public in Geneva this week – our latest work with Rolls-Royce – the Phantom Tranquility. The brief was to produce a suite of images and cinemagraphs inspired by celestial bodies to give a feel of ‘other worldliness’. This stunning car has some incredible features including a piece of the 1906 […]

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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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Mustang…wild horses in the studio!

Mustang…wild horses in the studio!

You may have seen some of our latest images of the new Mustang popping up in Ford social feeds over the last few weeks. We had a great shoot in the studio with the Ford Global Team Blue guys – capturing the essence of Ford’s iconic sportscar, the Mustang. Full car shots, details – we […]

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ST-Line S-Max – ‘Go Further’

ST-Line S-Max – ‘Go Further’

Coming to a billboard near you! Just released is our new Pan-European press campaign for Ford of Europe featuring the ST-Line S-Max, so look out for it in the press & outdoor. The shoot itself took place last Autumn in Northern Spain amidst some pretty fierce coastal storms – waves breaching the seawalls & crashing […]

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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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