The sale was for our own farm vehicles dating from the early Victorian period.
Iceland, Milton Keynes, 2004 The first shot in a series. Together they successfully portrayed Optimism and Reality when shopping, at home, work and play.
The second shot in the series. Milton Keynes. Together they successfully portrayed Optimism and Reality when shopping, at home, work and play.
Xscape, Milton Keynes, 2004 The third part of the series. Together they successfully portrayed Optimism and Reality when shopping, at home, work and play.
In the style of the renown photographer, Arnold Newman. “You don't take pictures with your camera. You take pictures with your mind and your heart.” -Arnold Newman
With an archive of images dating back to the 1890s, this was a huge task. I relied on the technology that was available to me at the time. From 2003 to 2005 this included an Imacon drum scanner. Following a housemove I purchased a Nikon Super Coolscan 9000ED which I still use today - although it does mean keeping computers running that are viewed as archaic by modern standards.
The Palm Court. This Mini was sponsored by Autoglym. Given away as a raffle prize during The London Classic Motor Show, with proceeds going to Help a London Child (now Help a Capital Child) charity.
This Delorian was one of our Showstoppers at this event in the 1990s.
Autojumblers and Traders were an important element to this prestigious event.
The London Classic Motor Show, organised by Sally (Hedges) Greenwood, took place at Alexandra Palace from 1987 to 2001. During that time Autoglym sponsored the concours.
at Alexandra Palace. The event took place from 1987 to 2001 and was organised by Greenwood'S Exhibitions. Sally Hedges Greenwood was the Managing Director.