I’m not a huge fan of pre-war cars, but I always enjoy a trip to the Mullin Museum. They always have an incredible selection of cars on display, and the museum itself is very photogenic. My most recent visit was to see the new exhibit, “The Art of Bugatti”, and it didn’t disappoint. You can learn more about the exhibit and see photos over at Autoblog.com.
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There are beautiful cars, and then there are Aston Martins. The Vanquish in particularly is stunning, and the Volante (convertible) version even more so. I particularly like the car in this shade of green as well. I photographed the car a few months back, and they are now just being published. You can see the full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
Last month I spent the better part of a week in Crested Butte, CO for the first annual “Aston Martin On Ice” event in North America. The weather wasn’t friendly some of the time – one day there was a snow storm and another the windchill was -12 F – but overall it was a huge success. The photos have now been released by Aston Martin, and you can see some of the published articles below.
The Viper has always been one of my favorite cars, so I was excited to get my hands on this red/black beauty for a photoshoot. Unfortunately this was one of those photoshoots that didn’t go as planned. I got kicked out of my location at the last minute, and had to make do elsewhere. The photos didn’t turn out bad, but they weren’t anything like I was hoping for. You can see the full gallery over at Autoblog.com.