Greeves, Triumph and Simon

Whenever I do a shoot with Simon de Burton, I always have an absolute blast. He and his family are so welcoming (and his wife is a superb cook!), we spent the night before just looking through gorgeous photographic books of historic racing. This time, we were shooting for the fabulous Revolution Magazine. Pick up December 2016’s issue to learn more about the bikes and watches we were shooting!

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4 thoughts on “Greeves, Triumph and Simon

  1. Amy, It looks like you may have had fun with this shoot. I hope so. Your results are superior as usual.

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  2. Amy, I have just discovered your website and these latest photos are terrific (Greeves, Triumph and Simon). I’m a very keen photographer, with a tenuous link to classic cars, my father raced the Lotus Elite (including Goodwood) and I have a very good friend who is a classic car journalist at Octane, as well as other assignments.

    I have to ask though, is the dog a Münsterländer in this set of images?
    I look forward to seeing more of your great work and I’ll be happy to send introductions to my journalist friend if you would like.

    Kind regards
    Louise

  3. Echo the thoughts above. I really do enjoy reading about your epic travels. As an indepent ma​nagement consultant, I can really appreciate the work that goes into each assignment. You make it look so effortless! Just brilliant! Hope you have a blast in 2017…

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