American Car Magazine asked me if I would take a trip up to Herfordshire to photograph a 1966 Plymouth Satellite, it is completely out of my area but this kind of request seems to be becoming more often recently, I guess my images must be getting better 😉 Anyhow my assistant Dean and I went off to meet up with Rob Wells from Lewis racing to photography his super stock car, full steel this car is big and heavy but still manages to run 11s on the strip. It was a glorious day which resulted in some interesting tan lines. Enjoy:
At the end of last year I went to photograph two Chevy Bel Air’s, one of which you have previously seen in American Car Magazine, the ’57 four door in blue. In this months edition of ACM the second has been released, a ’55 two door in gypsy red and cream owned by Colin Cross in Higham.
The shoot took place at the popular wedding venue Knowle House who were extremely accomodating, perhaps I may even get married here. It is a beautiful location and we had a fabulous day. The sports coupe has been beautifully restored, the chrome work is fantastic and it has some nice subtle mods to bring it up to date. I don’t want to give too much away here so go grab yourself a copy from your nearest WHSmith to find out more about it.
Last September I had the honour of meeting up with Mark Harrison to photograph his 1957 Chevy BelAir for American Car Magazine (April 2016 issue). After selling his ’74 Camaro and arranging a few loans he bought this beauty. To read the full feature grab yourself a copy from WHSmith’s before it goes out of stock. Below are a few images from the shoot:
Ted’s Custom GMC Pick Up caught my eye immediately when I saw it at Aylesford’s American and Custom Car show last year and this month it makes its début in American Car Magazine. There is a pinup style that runs throughout the design from the rather suggestive painted graphics on the outside to the pin-up posters on the roof lining. It is a 1957 GMC 1/2 tonne pick up with a Chevy 350 small-block V8, set on air suspension this truck goes so low that major chassis adjustments were made to allow the prop-shaft a little more room. To find out more about this vehicle and the story behind it grab yourself a copy of the magazine. Below are a selection of images from the shoot:
In the December issue of American Car Magazine you will see this customised 1952 Chevrolet Apache that I photographed back in May. It was a car photography shoot I did for Nigel, who is part of the Green Fish Racing team; this was photographed in a barn in Kent. It has a Mopar lump in it and pushes around 500-550bhp. It is available in the shops now so make sure you grab a copy to find out more about it.
Below you will find a selection of images from the shoot:
Today I have had the pleasure of meeting Ted and photographing his GMC pick up truck. Sitting under the bonnet is a 360 Chevy with 400 turbo blocks. It has a traction rear axle and TCI front clip, a 4 bar rear end with watch linkage and slammed with air bags.
Look out for the official images and story coming out in American Car Magazine magazine over the next few months.
In September last year I photographed this beautiful and powerful Plymouth Barracuda 1973, this car has a serious amount of muscle 0-60mph in just under 2 seconds! It has been a long wait but it has been worth it, looking back at these images and the article that I wrote for it has been refreshing. If you are interested to find out more pop down to your local WHSmith and grab a copy so you can read all about this awesome beast.