Posts Tagged ‘360 forged

25
Apr
09

Save The Drama For Your Mama!

Will Stern from 360 Forged wheels invited me to another shoot this week, had some time with this amazing looking BMW M5 which happens to be one of my favorite cars ever. This was technically the second photo session for the day for Will, after he nearly got pumped full of lead for trespassing at another location, but you can’t actually call yourself a photographer until something like that has happened to you. Although his story is particularly interesting. Anyway, I shot around while Will did all the big boy stuff, I was simply there to observe and to lend a helping hand where I could.

Here’s a link to Will’s photos on Flickr, he has some amazing work there, friend him, or whatever you do on flickr to see all his crap.

This below is one of my quick snap shots. Enjoy!

25
Feb
09

Modified Luxury and Exotics

Better late than never okay? This issue of MLE has been on stands for a while I’ve just neglected to post it up. Its actually MLE’s last issue, which is cool that this feature made it before it was axed. This Aston Martin belongs RSC (Racing Sport Concepts) Tuning, a company based out of Miami that offers aero gear and performance accessories for a variety of high end luxury vehicles, as seen below. The aftermarket accessories that were added to the Aston were subtle, but gave the Vantage an aggressive look. Check out http://www.rsctuning.com for more info!

11
Feb
09

360 Forged and www.warrenshimquee.com

In light of recent events involving an automotive wheel company that I used to work for, I think that this was the inevitable. I’ve recently teamed up with a more reputable wheel company based out of Miami, you may have heard of 360 Forged, if not stop browsing that knitting forum and get with it. I contacted Will Stern at 360 Forged and offered to help him with some rig shots. They had an impressive fleet of cars parked outside their kendall office including a super clean blue Chevy Corvette Z06 that is featured below. Will and I set up the rig and snapped a few shots while dodging work trucks that were leaving the construction site just up the road. It was definitely a good experience working with a photographer that actually knows what the hell they are doing. Photo credit and post processing is credited to Will Stern, check out his Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/360forged/.