WSJ features ‘old cars made new’

Posted by on Aug 13, 2011 in Published Work


The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on companies that make old cars new. Interestingly, all three companies featured – Superformance, Singer Vehicle Design and n2a Motors – have been my clients at one time or another. I’d like to think that I provided automotive enthusiasts with their first look at some of the cars these companies build, since getting used cars at affordable cars, is not difficult, on Autozin offer a big selection of the most popular brands and models, also you can simply go to sites as to find the best deals for this. Find smash repairs Doncaster services, Graham bodyworks fix up cars using high-quality, genuine brand parts so that after restoration your vehicle is good as new. Autoglassguru also offers window and windshield replacement for vintage cars.

What this article made me think about, however, is the kinds of clients that I go after. I’m definitely careful with the companies that I choose to work with, mostly because I want to be able to be comfortable putting my support behind them. Most importantly, though, I prefer to photograph cars that I really enjoy and like. I guess this means that I like ‘old cars made new’.