One of the family (who just happens to live in the garage)

One of the (admittedly very few) downsides to combining your work and your passion is that it’s very difficult to completely switch off; there’s always something percolating at the back of the ol’ brain...

A few words on the first Super Scramble in The Automobile

It’s been a little while since the event itself, but you can read my thoughts on Bicester Heritage’s first Super Scramble in the August edition of The Automobile magazine. **Spoiler alert** As usual, they knocked...

A brief walk around the Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Last year’s Goodwood Festival Of Speed was my first, and it was pretty daunting, to say the least. The sheer size and scale of the site and the number of things going on simultaneously...

Aston Martin’s Festival of Speed ‘moment’ in 360˚

In case you weren’t able to attend this year’s Goodwood Festival Of Speed, here’s a 360˚ video that puts you right there during Aston...

The Crescent: a colour conundrum

I recently shot the last surviving Crescent for The Automobile magazine. Usually, I'd process the images in colour as it's pretty rare for a...

I’m over the moon with this shoot

Apologies for the terrible lunar-based pun, but the photoshoot I did with a fantastic little (and I mean teeny weeny) 1914 Crescent has hit...