Why, hello there! I am Amy Shore, a photographer based more-or-less in the middle of the UK, which has turned out to be pretty handy to travel around this little island and beyond.
I mainly photograph car and motorbike related subjects but do dabble in a bunch of other stuff like watches, duffle coats, park life and onion fields. Yep, onion fields was an actual job. All of my work tends to revolve around people, whether it’s in workshops, road trips, events, breaking records or just a great story.–
I have worked and continue to work for some amazing clients such as Goodwood, Jaguar Land Rover, Octane magazine, Evo magazine, Revolution magazine, Ramp magazine, Lexus, Renault Alpine, Triumph, Classic Driver, The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride and many more.
I am also truly honoured to be an ambassador for a number of brands. First and foremost, in May 2017 I became Nikon
‘s newest and youngest UK ambassador
. I couldn’t believe it when I received the phone call! I do a number of different events with Nikon including #NikonMeetUps
and Coffee, Cakes and Cameras
. Technically, since May 2020, I’m a former ambassador, but they tell me I can keep the title, I just no longer have to do the leg work! I call that a win. They refresh their ambassador programme every 2 years or so and I’d highly recommend checking out their latest ambassadors!
I’m also a proud ambassador for the exceptionally beautiful Farer watches
and the delicious smells of Charabanc
fragrances. All of these brands actively encourage exploring, travelling, and living life to the absolute full, all beliefs that I fully support. “Don’t live the same life 75 years and call it a life.”
Over the past few years I’ve been doing this, I’ve had some incredible experiences that I’ll never, ever forget. I’ve driven my ’85 Mini 1,600 miles solo around the Scottish highlands, slept on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah with Triumph, and somehow ended up getting driven very quickly(!!) up the hill by Sam Bird
at 2017’s Festival of Speed, breaking my helmet in the process… I hope to continue my photojournalism of more stories worldwide for a long while yet!