I LOVE shooting matte cars. This photo is nearly unedited. Full set over at Autoblog.com.
Road & Track recently published a piece by Chris Harris on the Singer 911 that can be seen in the June 2013 issue and on their web site. They used one of my least favorite images from the set as the lead, but I really can’t complain as the article is great. You can see it online here.
The Audi RS5 has to be one of the most stunning sport coupes ever designed, so I was thrilled to be able to turn my lens on this 450 horsepower beauty. You can see a review of the car and a full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
In the past I haven’t particularly enjoyed shooting racing on street circuits, but I’ve learned to find the beauty for the race in Long Beach. Perhaps it was just the timing of the practice/qualifying sessions and the race – early morning and late evening – but the track seemed more photogenic than ever. Plus, nearly all of the GT cars are simply stunning to look at. Race report and full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
I’ve waited quite a while for this feature to come out, as I photographed the car nearly a year ago. Still, better late than never, as it’s finally appeared in the June 2013 issue. You can see the full article below.
The Formula Drift season kicked off this past weekend in Long Beach, and I was there to capture the action. Full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
Fiat held the press launch for the 500e in Los Angeles this past week, which made it easy for me to head across town and photograph one just a few miles away in Santa Monica. You can see the review and full gallery here.
Who’s photo is that on Ford Racing’s home page? Yep, that’d be mine, featuring Justin Pawlak getting sideways at the Formula Drift media day.
I’m back in Top Gear for the April 2013 issue, but this time for two articles! First up is for Hennessey’s top speed record attempt and the other is for a review of the Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible. You can see both articles in full below.
Another month, another Aston Martin. This time the subject is the new Rapide S, covered in the same Volcano Red paint as the DB9 I photographed earlier this year. The shoot didn’t go as planned, with our ideal beach location covered in a thick layer of fog, but a more inland location ended up sufficing. You can see the full set of photos over at Autoblog.com.