One of the best parts of my job is getting to meet the person behind the car. I always like to exchange some banter and share a few laughs during the course of the shoot before trying to coax them in front of the camera.
Chad Douglas and family – 1993 Commodore Ute
I often wonder why more people don’t pose for photos, most of us hate how we look in images we can’t control, but as I have grown older I honestly wish I had compiled more shots of myself over the years. I do my best to explain this to owners, especially ones with young children, as a photo on the day of your car shoot is a memory you would want to keep forever.
Luke Zappara and family – 1969 Camaro
Many of the people I get to meet at shoots become close friends and people who I genuinely care about. I feel privileged to have worked with them and bonded with them. These friendships last forever. Having my own photos of them from the day is important to me too. I am proud of what I create.
Daniel Almen and James England – VH Commodore
If you do want to get your car photographed by me, think about diving into a shot or two yourself. Plan ahead – get some nice pants and shoes and find your favourite car shirt and stand proud. You won’t regret it.
Dave Hancock – Nissan Skyline
At the moment, I am happy to do private shoots for only $395. That includes at least 10 images and then the option to purchase framed prints (in a range of sizes) from me as well.
Clint DiGiovanni and family – Ford Capri
Kevin Edwards – 1966 Ford F-Truck
The Mooneyes Gang in Yokohama, Japan
Richard Hatton and family – Valiant Charger
Jason Turner – Valiant Charger
Jim Scott – Falcon Coupe
Jamie Paolucci and family – Nissan GTR
Stephen Molson – HZ Holden Ute
Natasha McMahon – Ford Falcon
Fabian Augustine – Holden Senator
Michael Hill – Holden Premier
Jesse Murphy and Amy Truss – Datsun 1200
Andrew Goodwin – Ford Falcon
Dan Mahu and family – 1962 Chevrolet Impala
Myself and my nephew Braxton Leist – Valiant AP5 Wagon