Their Rides was a joy, it's a project I'd had in mind for a long time. To photograph people with their rides, cars they love, cars they've made their own, cars with a history. These nine pictures took us into Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, A journey of around 3000 miles. I'm always on the look out for interesting people with interesting cars. My hope is the body of work will continue to grow.
Road trip is going to be a place I put pictures, any pictures that happen whilst on the road.
The Cowboys, this was a series of pictures done over a number of years. Shot in Idaho, Nevada and Oregon. They were exhibited in London at Hamiltons Gallery and won a bunch of awards, notably the AOP Gold Award for a portfolio of images and also International Best Portrait.
Lots of fond memories are wrapped up in these pictures, true American wilderness, great friends, early mornings and late nights. This year I'm planning on revisiting the Ranches where these pictures were made and see how things have changed.
These pictures on genuine British Teddy Boys were made at a number of events. In the 50's Savile Row introduced styles reminiscent of the Edwardian period. The term Teddy Boys was coined by the press, Edward being shortened to Teddy.
Another project that needs revisiting !
Longbridge was the home of the original two door Mini, opened in 1905 at its height it employed over 25,000 people. The collapse of MG Rover in 2005 brought about its end. It's now owned by SAIC the Chinese company that now produces the MG.
These pictures were taken in the North Works.