A chance track day shot when I had thrown my gear into the car. A lovely evening on Knockhill and three red bikes just made this warm shot work.
One of their trucks hard at work, shot for Renault Trucks UK PR
Again, the red bike wins the shot, standing out against the grey of the rock and tarmac. Glen Coe at it's sunny summer best.
Shot in the Scottish Borders with two cracking cars for a spread in Modern Classics.
A portrait of a supercharged Range Rover.
Tricky positioning, a slow shutter speed and some deft balancing added up to a nice alternative driving shot for this soft top MG.
A beauty of a Norton bike shot from a tracking vehicle. What a machine.
Two bikes being renovated and finally road ready. Glen Etive near Glen Coe is the location, and another shoot where we had a lot of fun.
Now this is what 4x4s are meant to do. No school run or supermarket dash here, just winching through bogs and straining over hilltops in the Scottish Borders. A great adventure day out.
Another Knockhill chance shot when there for a track day.
The pride and joy, a Morris refurbished into a fire engine used to patrol the production lines at Morris. Used as the chap's everyday vehicle. Cracking.
An industrial backdrop for an industrial looking bike. A twin turbo Suzuki in Glasgow with more than a bit of grunt under the bonnet.
The Range Rover on Skye, giving it a go ascending the steep and twisty Quiraing road. We made it over the top, but only just.
An interior driving shot of the Wraith. Note the 'stars' in the headlining. Pure decadence.
Negotiating a boggy hill track in a Series 1 Land Rover.
My first job for Johnston Sweepers - this time a gritter in the Highlands of Scotland above Pitlochry. By the time we finished that was the best gritted section of road in the country.
Laying down the grit....
A cracking motorbike trip with Bike editor Hugo Wilson. Ride to Skye, then bivvy on a beach for the night. A small bottle of single malt (and a driftwood fire) kept the chill out before we retired to our bivvy bags for the night.
The motorbike fanatic in his environment. Another bike gets lovingly restored...