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Duck and Whale Magazine

Some finished work with Duck and Whale Magazine out of Australia featuring the incomparable Jim Goodlett of Savannah, GA and his 1978 Porsche 911 Rally Car.  In addition to this great story, if you haven’t checked out our short film on Jim titled Slideways, you can do so here.

Christophorus Magazine

We had an amazing opportunity to work with Porsche and Christophorus Magazine last week in Connecticut shooting the very first production model of the 928 from 1977.  This car has an amazing story that will be shared in a forthcoming issue and for now here are just a few Behind the Scenes shots.

Porsche’s Christophorus Magazine – 930

We had the amazing opportunity this spring to travel to Toronto with Porsche’s in house magazine Christophorus to meet and shoot Bill MacEachern and his 1 million + kilometer 1976 930 turbo, which he has owned since new and has continually evolved in pursuit of ‘his perfect car.’  After 40 + years of development it was recently dino’d and found to have 650hp at the rear wheels, which is just a bit more than it started with.  ‘Bad Boy Billy,’ as a few of his friends refer to him, is in his 80’s now and is still as much of a hot shoe as ever.  He reckons that he’s had somewhere between 50 and 100 speeding tickets (and at least one impound) while behind the wheel of this street monster.  What a cool project this was to be a part of!

Porsche ‘Why We Drive’ with Mo Ali

We had an amazing opportunity in May to partner with Atlantic Re:Think on a project for Porsche entitled ‘Why We Drive’ focusing on three enthusiasts of the brand and why they love to get behind the wheel. This is Mo Ali and the 991.2/911 Turbo.

Porsche ‘Why We Drive’ with Florence Walker

We had an amazing opportunity in May to partner with Atlantic Re:Think on a project for Porsche entitled ‘Why We Drive’ focusing on three enthusiasts of the brand and why they love to get behind the wheel. This is Florence Walker and the 718 Cayman.