Caterham recently began officially importing their cars to the United States through a distributor, Superformance, and I was lucky enough to be one of the first to photograph one of the cars as part of a review for Autoblog.com. The specific car in question was a 620 R model, the fastest in the Caterham range, which was painted in the company’s stunning sporting livery. You can read the review and check out the gallery here.
Hennessey Performance is one of my favorite clients, as they’re always doing something crazy with their cars. Their latest idea was to drive their supercharged 2015 Mustang across the state of Texas to the Continental Tire proving grounds outside of San Antonio and attempt to hit 200 mph. While the car’s redline limited the top speed to only 195, it was still a pretty impressive feat. I was there to cover the event, and the photos and video have been published on various media outlets on the web throughout the past week:
Every year Mustang Monthly produces a Shelby special issue, and this year I was fortunate enough to photograph several cars for the magazine including the cover feature. The shoot involved multiple days with three cars, the new 2015 Shelby GT and two 50th Anniversary Shelby Cobras, including day one in studio and one out at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch outside of Las Vegas. You can pick up the special issue on newsstands now.
I didn’t really find the McLaren MP4-12C to be a particularly attractive car, especially for a supercar, but McLaren seems to have injected some life into the model with the introduction of the 650S. That feeling was affirmed when I photographed one this past summer, as the car looked especially stunning in Mako Blue. You can see the complete photo gallery and read a review of the car over at Autoblog.com.
My photography of the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S is popping up in more places as publications start to post their reviews. The latest is on BBC.com, which you can see here.
The photos I took for Aston Martin of the new V12 Vantage S Roadster are already being put to use. You can see a massive gallery of them over at Automobile Magazine’s web site as part of their review.