Ex, Rover, Porsche AG & BMW group.
Behind the scenes of Porsche design, Porsche 80’s motorsport & BMW
In 1994/5 I designed the BMW Just 4/2 and a year later we had the car on display at the 1995 Tokyo Motorshow.
I came across this film of me driving this great 'fun car' around Munich on Youtube.
In the 1975 issue of the British car magazine ‘Motor’ I came across an story about the late Paul Jameson.
He was known at the time for crossing Europe at highly illegal speeds in a 12 cylinder, tank engined car with a Rolls Royce grill. I remem[...]
The Porsche 962 livery design:
For those who follow Motorsport we always tend to relate the livery design and sponsors names to the car especially those of cigarette and beer companies.
Before the days of sponsorship it was simpler we [...]
I like this B/W picture taken of this lesser known French car caught at a local Rally...
The German Museum house a wide variety of exhibits and includes trains, buses, cars and practically everything related to transport.
One of the stars of the show is the Auto Union racing car, Type C from 1936.
Due to the position of the car a[...]
I have just written a few words about Jesse Alexander in BLACK and WHITE Photography. I originally met him in Paris in 1995.
This is a link to a small film he made about the beginnings of his photographic life.
It really is worth watching!!
The Porsche development centre in Weissach had already been my home ( certainly felt more like it than my flat ) for over 6 years. Weissach was an incredible place in the 1980’s. It was still relatively small with only around 1,500 employees a[...]
The final year at the school meant working towards the diploma show in the summer. Two projects had to be handled in depth and at least one had to be presented as a finished, painted scale model. What the project was depended on your own decisio[...]
On a recent trip to Holland I found myself driving by this red bricked building near the Hague.
A 'google it' and I realised it was Hollands National Automobile Museum. A quick turn around, easy entry and parking in the underground car park and[...]
Summer break 1975.
Six weeks placement work at the round house in Longbridge was to be a further light hearted introduction into the British car design world. Maybe some of the staff already felt the demise of the UK car industry was in sight a[...]