I recently had the pleasure of getting a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray for a weekend to photograph, and while I’m generally not a Corvette person, I was extremely impressed with what GM has done with their flagship sports car. You can see the full gallery of photos over at Autoblog.com.
The Ace Gallery in Beverly Hills has the Bugatti Grand Sport Venet on display as part of their Bernar Venet exhibit, and earlier this week I headed down there to snap some photos of the car. You can see the full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
This past weekend I headed down to Irwindale Speedway for the final event of the 2013 Formula Drift season. I wish I could have devoted more of my time to covering the event, but had to make do with only photographing part of the practice sessions and the main event. You can see the full set of photos over at Autoblog.com.
More results from my extensive time with Aston Martin out in Palm Springs last month. This time it’s a snippet in the November 2013 issue of Top Gear.
I initially photographed the this Shelby GT350CR prototype for Classic Recreations back in June, but it was one of my subjects once again back in August as part of a review for Autoblog.com. You can check out the article and the full set of images here.
Last month I spent a full week in Palm Springs with Aston Martin photographing the long-lead press launch of the V12 Vantage S and Vanquish Volante. This twelve (12!!!) page article in EVO is the first I’ve seen of the results, and I couldn’t be happier. It took a lot of blood and sweat (the literal kind) to get some of the photos, and it was definitely worth it. I can’t wait to see more of the photos in other publications in the coming weeks.
The results of my work with Aston Martin last month continues to roll out, the most recent being photos on Autocar’s web site as part of their first drive review. You can see the article and photos here.
I’ve photographed a lot of Ford Mustangs, but this very special 1966 Fastback built by Steve Strope over at Pure Vision Design might just be my favorite. Everything from the Martini Racing livery to the Ford Indycar V8 engine under the hood is spectacular.
The little details are amazing too. The underside of the car is as clean as the outside, and plenty of thought has gone into every inch of the car.
Perhaps the best part about the car, though, is the fictitious back story created by Strope. In his imagination, the car is serving as a marketing tool for Ford in Europe, promoting the T5 (what the Mustang was called in Europe) while competing in road rallies. The car fits the theme, with a navigator’s flashlight and footrest.
The car is now on the cover of the latest issue of Modified Mustangs & Fords, which was released today. You can check out the full article below.
The Porsche 911s “reimagined” by Singer Vehicle Design continue to remain some of my favorite vehicles to photograph, and this latest version might be their best yet. I was fortunate enough to photograph the car for a review for Autoblog.com, which was published the full set of photos.