Car Photography Exhibition
I am pleased to announce that Chartwell, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill will play host to my inaugural photographic exhibition of my car photography.
Let me tell you more ...
For many of you reading this you will know me for photographing your families and weddings. In February 2015 I will be celebrating 18 (yes that's right 18) years at my studio here in Station Road East, Oxted.
From my past newsletters I'm sure you are already aware that as well as photographing people and events, my other passion is Classic and Supercars, I love them for the way they look, their design and engineering, a beautiful work of art with all their original details.
The American 1950's cars have so much personality, they ooze charm!
What's On Display
The car photography on display is of some of the rarest and most sought after cars in the world. Probably the most famous of all is the Tucker 48. Of which only 51 were ever made in the 1940’s by the great inventor Preston Tucker.
A car from each decade that Sir Winston Churchill was resident at Chartwell 1922 -1965 will be amongst the photographs on display. The exhibition promises to be a car lovers dream. If classic cars aren’t your interest there will also be photography on display of modern day high performance cars such as the Ferrari Enzo and Ford GT.
Chartwell is an ideal venue for my exhibition as it ties in with Sir Winston Churchill's great sense of style and love of the finer things in life.
This exciting exhibition will be open to the public from Monday 13th October until Sunday 26th October 2014. Please check the Chartwell website for viewing times. Admission is free to National Trust members and those with House or Garden tickets. Chartwell can be found at Mapleton Road, Westerham, Kent TN16 1PS.
Thanks for reading, I hope many of you will be able to get along to my car photography exhibition.
I will keep you up to date of other locations the exhibitions will be going to.
My next newsletter will be in two weeks time about a wedding I'm photographing at the Heritage Hanger in Biggin Hill.
Bye for now.