Racing photography

My passion for racing photography is at my core.

As I was born into a passion of cars, it’s only natural to get excited about racing! I covered my bedroom walls with racing greats – Jack Brabham, John Surtees, Jim Richards, Mark Skaife, George Fury. Because my passion grew as a kid, when I was old enough to drive I competed in state championship events. This inspired my racing photography.

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I’ve Photographed events as a CAMS (Confederation of Australian Motor Sport) Accredited Photographer. It gave me access to every part of the race track and allowed me to get the best shots of the teams I was working for. I have over two decades creating photographic stories of racing events. I bring expertise and skill to ensure I get the shots you need, and delight you. I’ve worked at many types of motorsport events as an officially accredited photographer from grass roots to world championship.

I’ve worked as an accredited photographer on many events. World Rally Championship, World Endurance Championship, Formula Drift, Australian Rally Championship, Victorian Rally Championship, and Classic Sandown.

When you contract me to do your racing photography, I expect to exceed your brief. We’ll discuss what you’re racing (class and series), the kind of shots you want, and what you want to use them for – personal, promotional or sponsors. It’s important to get a full understanding of the use of the shots, because it helps me frame the car in certain ways.

At this point I’ll plan how I’ll get the best shots for action and tell the story. As we discuss the event, I’ll get a greater understanding of your time on track, capturing your team at work and the people who make up your team. Then I’ll be in contact with the event organisers to obtain the required media accreditation. I’ll study the track and facility layout to maximise my time to photograph you and your team.

Contact me now to discuss your ideas and how we can make epic Racing photography.


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