The folks over at Robb Report recently got behind the wheel of the new Callaway Corvette AeroWagen and have just published their review featuring my photography. You can see the review and photos here.
Knowing that the Dodge Demon is set to debut at the New York Auto Show next week, Hennessey is looking to turn heads with his latest offering, the Exorcist Camaro. I was fortunate enough to photograph the car for Hennessey before its debut at the Houston Auto Show just a couple days later, and essentially every automotive news outlet has reported on the car. You can read the articles and see the photographs in any of the links below.
- Top Gear
- Yahoo Tech
- Fox News
- MSN Autos
- Auto Express
- Motor Trend
- Road & Track
- Automobile Magazine
- Wheels Magazine
- Motor Magazine
- Dupont Registry
Last week I photographed Callaway’s new AeroWagen, which is basically a Corvette with a hatchback. I absolutely love the look of the car, although I know some may disagree. AutoWeek are the first publication to use the photos for a story, which you can read here.
My photos of the Le Mans winning Porsche 356 Gmünd coupe continue attract interest from publications, this time from French magazine Speedster, who made the car their cover story for issue #036. I can’t tell you what the text says, since it’s all in French, but you can view the article and the photos in the gallery below.
Hennessey has released the details of their new 2017 F-150 VelociRaptor, and several outlets have published the story featuring my photography:
Hyundai has released my photos of the 2018 Elantra GT as part of the car’s unveiling at this week’s Chicago Auto Show, and the images have been published on numerous web sites already:
Infiniti will be launching two new Signature Edition cars at the Chicago Auto Show this week, a Q50 3.0T and a QX80. I’m proud to say I did the official photography for both vehicles, although the recent rainy weather in Southern California made doing the photoshoots quite a challenge. I’m happy with the results, though, and it looks like multiple publications have already published the photos: