One of my newest clients, East Coast Defender, brought out two of their awesome creations to California, and I was fortunate enough to photograph both of them in an awesome location. The photos have started appearing on various publications, starting with a review of the trucks on Autoblog.com. You can read the article and see the full photo gallery here.
Autoweek have published their first drive of the review of AEV’s 20th anniversary Jeep Wrangler along with my photographer of the vehicle. You can read the full article here.
Petrolicious has done a fantastic interview with John Bothwell about the Argentinian company Pur Sang and their lovely Bugatti Type 35 replicas, and I’m happy to see my photos paired with the story. You can read the full interview here.
I don’t get too many chances to photograph hot rods, so I was pleasantly surprised to be published not once but twice in the latest issue of Rodder’s Journal. The first is a stunning Lincoln V12-powered 1936 Ford Roadster built by one of my clients, Hollywood Hot Rods, and the second is a nifty little 1928 Ford Model A roadster pickup. I enjoyed photographing both, and was happy to see them both end up in such a beautiful magazine. The issue is on sale now.
In 15 years of photographing cars and racing I had somehow never made my way out to Daytona Beach to visit the Speedway, so I was ecstatic to visit the track for the first time earlier this month for the very first Ferrari Finali Mondiali in the United States. The event didn’t disappoint, and the weekend was filled with former F1 race cars, Corse Clienti and the 458 Challenge. You can see the full gallery of photos over at Autoblog.com.
Each car that comes out of the Emory Motorsports shop is quite special, but this particular car, a 356 Gmünd coupe, is perhaps the most significant. The car is Porsche’s first Le Mans winner, finishing first in class at the endurance race back in 1951, and it has been exquisitely restored to its original Le Mans race spec by Rod Emory and his crew. You can read the amazing story of the car and see my photos over at ClassicDriver.com.
Dodge has unfortunately announced that they will be stopping production of the Viper next year, so I was fortunate enough to photograph one for Motor1 before that happened. The Viper doesn’t have a bad angle on it, and I was really happy with how the photos came out. You can read the full article and see the photos here.
It’s been a while since I photographed Legacy Classic Trucks’ Chevy NAPCO 4×4 conversion, but the photos are still showing up on various articles on the truck. Autoblog’s review is the latest, which can be viewed here along with a full photo gallery.