Along with the coupe version of the V8 Vantage GT that I showed you last month, I also photographed the Roadster version for Aston Martin. You can see a selection of the photos in the gallery below.
I recently had the opportunity to photograph the new V8 Vantage GT for Aston Martin North America. You can see a selection of the photos in the gallery below, and hopefully over the next several months they will be appearing in various publications online and in print.
Singer Vehicle Design recently completed yet another one of their amazing creations, which also means it was time to photograph it! This particular version is Green with Purple trim, and while it wouldn’t be my pick, the combination turned out beautiful. You can see a photo gallery of the car below.
This past week Aston Martin flew me out to New Orleans to photograph the North American press launch of the Vanquish. Not only is the car stunning, but Aston Martin had some very cool colors on hand as well. You can see a few of the photos below.
While I was somewhat disappointed with the Ferrari 250 GTO showing at the Monterey Motorsports Reunion, the collection of cars at Pebble Beach was simply stunning. No less than 21 examples were in attendance, representing more than half of the 250 GTO population. With each worth approximately $25 million, the line up was worth more than half a billion dollars.
You can see some photos from the historic gathering in the gallery below, or head over to Autoblog.com to see the whole set.
The Ferrari 250 GTO is not only one of the most expensive cars in existence (approximately $25 million each), but it’s one of the most beautiful as well. So when it was announced that an entire class would be devoted to the car at the Monterey Motorsports Reunion, I knew there was going to be a lot of potential for some great photographs.
Unfortunately not even half of the 250 GTOs in Monterey this weekend actually participated in the race, and my photos weren’t as epic as I had hoped. Still, it’s always a great experience to see and photograph the 250 GTO on track.
You can see a selection of the photos in the gallery below.
I fell in love with the Singer 911 prototype at first sight (who wouldn’t?), so I was very excited to work with them on photographing their very first production car. The green/orange paint scheme is incredibly photogenic, and I could have spent hours more photographing all of the wonderful little details of the car. You can see a few photos of the car below, or check out Autoblog.com for the whole set.