Redux, based in the UK, recently reached out to me to help launch their new incredible E30 M3 project, and the resulting photos shot at the Thermal Club have just been released. You can see all the photos and read more about the car in the articles below.
This is one of Emory Motorsports most radical creations in terms of the technical aspects of the car, boasting an AWD system from a 964 911 C4S and a rally look to go along with it. The car has garnered quite a bit of attention and my photos have been featured in numerous publications.
It’s not often I can squeeze in last minute shoots, but when the call comes in that two Shelby GT350 Mustangs built by the Original Venice Crew are going to be up at Willow Springs International Raceway the next day I’m definitely not going to say no. I wish I could have had some more time with the cars, but thankfully the cars looked spectacular even in the midday light. You can see the photos and read more about the cars over at Autoblog.com.
It’s been years in the making, but my long-time client Hennessey has finally unveiled the design for their new Venom F5 supercar. I photographed the car both in-studio and on location at the stunning Thermal Club outside of Palm Springs ahead of its SEMA debut. The car has received quite a bit of attention, and my photos have been used on most of the major automotive publications:
- Fox News
- The Sun
- Top Gear
- Road & Track
- Automobile Magazine
- Dupont Registry
- Wheels Magazine
Earlier this month I had the incredible opportunity to work with Bugatti to provide the photography for their US press tour of the new Chiron hypercar. The reviews of the car are just now starting to be published, the first of which is from Forbes. You can read the review and see the photos on their web site.
My photos of the Callaway Corvette AeroWagen are continuing to show up online, the latest being in Jalopnik.com’s review of the car posted today. The story and photos can be seen here.
Earlier this month I had my first opportunity to do a photoshoot for Motor Trend, and I couldn’t have asked for better subjects in the comparison test of the Shelby GT350R and Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. The story is scheduled to headline the August issue of the magazine, but the online version just been posted on online and can be seen over at MotorTrend.com.
Motor1.com recently got behind the wheel of the Classic Recreations 1966 Shelby GT350CR Pro-Touring and have published my photos of the car along with their review. The story and photos can be found here.