Where do our treasures go when they retire?
Photos by Brian Rozar American Express, in its Departures magazine for May/June 2019 has caught on to something automobile enthusiasts and collectors have known for perhaps fifty years. In a back-of-the-book feature titled “In High Gear” writer Brett Berk observes “Vintage cars have joined the art establishment with four-wheeled masterpieces being sold to the same […]
Luftgekühlt 2019 Goes Hollywood
Photos by Randy Wells and Andrea Wells Last weekend’s Luft 6 was an opera and a treasure hunt. All the elements were there. A welcoming overture, some amazing props, enthusiastic actors, a musical score, an aria, an enticing libretto, some drama, a hero, and an energizing finale. The stage was where so many other visuals […]
DEREK BELL – All My Porsche Races (Book Review)
The new book by Porsche racing legend Derek Bell, with author Richard Heseltine, is filled with amazing unpublished photographs and stories. The short version of this review is that it is a most worthy purchase for any motorsports fan or Porsche enthusiast. For more read on. I worked with Bell recently while photographing for the […]
Is it genetic, or is it environmental?
My first 911 Photos by Sean Smith How does something as simple as car become so important in your life that it verges on a religious experience? It takes you from point A to point B, it carries your stuff, it leaves you stranded by the side of the road, and it unendingly rips dollars […]