Shot a real rare bike (MV Agusta Monza) for a magazine a couple weeks ago. Decided to shoot it up on an old viaduct in winchester to make a nice backdrop. Had limited time with the bike so decided to go without lighting which is a bit of a gamble but all paid off with the help of the owner Andy. Bike hopefully being featured early next year.
As you can probably tell from previous posts I'm a bit of nut for anything motorbike or motorsport related and take any opportunity to watch some racing if it's happening nearby. Here's a few shots taken at a grasstrack race in Oxford, love the aesthetics of these oily old bikes and the dedication of the old guys racing them flat out!
I was recently commissioned by Clockworx design to photograph the staff of SPS and their factory for their new website. Nice commission spending two days getting informal, candid shots of the staff at work there, here's a few examples.
Spent a day at Santa Pod raceway photographing the first round of the FIA Drag racing championship. Everything about the cars is extreme from the paint jobs to the engines and speed. Really interesting and exciting to get up close to it all as they fly down the strip.
Very happy to see two of my bike shoots featured in FTW magazine and on the cover. Had fun shooting the orange Ducati in Fawley Power Station and the Yamaha XS at Brooklands. The hard work paid off!
Here are a few shots I grabbed from a day of watching some veteran dirt-bikes and riders tear up a hill in Worcestershire. It's an annual event called the Red Marley Hill-climb, didn't know much about it but apparently it's been going for ages. Hard not to take any shots, so many fantastic old bikes and characters riding them. Shot these on my pentax67 and digi.
Late last year Dan Brill Architects commissioned me to photograph one of their projects near Winchester, named Point Seven. Really interesting shoot to work on as there were so many nice details and angles to focus on, looking forward to shooting more projects with Dan Brill in the future. More examples on my site.