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Freelance motorsport & Automotive photographer based in the UK

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About me

Hi, my name is Artie, and I'm a freelance motorsport photographer from Fleetwood in the UK.

My motorsport journey started in 2013 at the age of 8 when I watched my first Formula One race live on TV as a result of playing the F1 2009 Game on my Nintendo Wii. For a few years, I watched F1 on and off until my interest changed to football, where I followed Fleetwood Town home and away for most games. That was until the first lockdown started in 2020. Due to being inside because of the lockdown, I spent 99% of my time playing F1 2019 and Project Cars 2 on my Xbox, which is where my interest in sportscar racing started.


In June 2021, I went to my first-ever race at Oulton Park where I took my Canon SX620 HS (which I previously used to make football-related YouTube videos) and took some photos, which looked like they were taken on an early 2000s flip phone. The fourth race I went to was the penultimate round of the 2021 British GT Championship, where after watching a few videos made by professional photographers, I managed to improve my photos as well as learn how to take a sharp panning shot.

At the end of 2021, I got my first-ever DSLR, a Canon EOS 90D. A few weeks after getting my 90D, I went to a track day at Oulton Park to practice taking photos with my new camera.


Shortly after this, I saw on Facebook that there was a British GT test at Oulton where I was allowed into the Balfe Motorsport garage at the start of the day where I was able to get some up-close shots of their brand new Audi R8 LMS GT3 Evo II.


My first event shooting for a team was round one of the 2022 EnduroKA Series at Donington Park when I was photographing Semprini Racing where I gained valuable experience of what it's like to shoot for a client as well as what it's like to work in the pit lane.


A couple of months later, I shot my first-ever race trackside, which was also a 24 Hour at Trac Mon in Wales for Semprini. Not quite Le Mans but still was a brilliant weekend (apart from the heavy rain at 4 am). A couple of weeks after this, I messaged the series photographer of EnduroKA asking how to become a photographer for MSV which then led to me helping him cover the MSVR Track Day Championship and Track Day trophy at Donington Park which was my busiest weekend that year by far.


Towards the end of 2022, I went to a few test days and track days at Silverstone with a couple of GT teams.


In March 2023, I photographed my first British GT race trackside for Track Focused at the flagship event of the season: the Silverstone 500. After this, I covered every round (except Snetterton) for the team until their last race of the season at Brands Hatch.


In July 2023, I started photographing the GB3 and GB4 Championships for the online news website Feeder Series where I managed to get my first published images in single-seater racing. As well as this, I started photographing the Bennetts British Superbike Championship for Times Mayfair who worked with OMG Racing Yamaha that season...

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