Arran Gregory is widely acclaimed for his geometric sculptures and experimental depictions of the natural world. His artworks are a curious visual insight into Man’s relationship to nature and the emotions it provokes within us as humans. Often visually deconstructing subjects found within nature, AG experiments with structure, reduction, colour (or lack of) and the connections between 2D and 3D/ drawing and sculpture.
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Ultra marathonrunners in the world
This was the most challenging shoot we have ever undertaken
Shoot producer / photographerJames Goldsmith
traveled with a small team to document the journey a capture
MYPROTIEN Ultra Marathon Runner Lee Grantham
on this journey we Tackled over 40,000 Stone steps over 5 days to a height of over 13,629 feet
finding the sky Annapurna Base Camp
"Never give up on a dream because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway"
BROOCHINI / LE ISLAND
CONTOY ISLAND MEXICO
How Far We Go...
MERC F1 PETRONAS SILVERSTONE
Finishing a race the best way we can is simply not enough. There's always more. More to being first. More to being fast, there's more to it than just winning. This is the PETRONAS story... find out more at www.petmos.com.my #howfarwego #PETRONASFormulaWin #PETRONASWinningFormula
Valtteri Bottas mercedes Amg F1 team
Silvana Lima doesn’t remember much about the first time she went surfing, except that it was on a piece of wood, and it made her feel good. She was seven years old and living in a small house by the beach in the north-east of Brazil. Her family didn’t have much, yet her memory of that time is of “being happy everyday”.
The first ever QX30 sits above the rest. It's a premium active crossover that's anything but compromising. With progressive styling, superior refinement, and advanced technology, only the bold dare to take the driver's seat
Racing star Jenson Button, McLaren Honda driver and 2009 F1 World Champion, has continued his association with Diageo after first teaming up with the drinks giant to front its anti-drink drive campaign. One of Diageo’s most famous ambassadors for responsible drinking, he supports the Join the Pact campaign, which aims to collect five million pledges from people to never drink and drive by 2018.#jointhepact
Eva Håkansson may be the fastest female motorcyclist in the world, but it’s the joy of building her own bike that keeps her in the game
For more than a century speed has ruled Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats. In August and September, when the ancient lakebed dries to a rock hard crust, speed merchants arrive in the pursuit of glory. The hopefuls, lured by the prospect of land speed records, are an eclectic bunch, albeit with a definite bias towards the male and the grizzled. This alone makes Sweden’s Eva Håkansson, 34 years old and the world’s fastest female motorcyclist, stand out – that and the fact she rides an electric bike.
Volume 3. Eva Håkansson is a combination of speed junkie and tree-hugger. Her mission in life is to show that eco-friendly can be fast and fun, and that women are excellent engineers. She calls here 270 mph (434 km/h) battery-powered motorcycle “eco-activism in disguise”. Her driving force is the pure joy of building things that have never been built before.
GTO Engineering was founded by Mark Lyon in the 80s and is now the UK leader in locating, refurbishing and rebuilding antique racing Ferraris. The mechanics are involved in all aspects of the process, even racing the cars in classic races around the world once they’re back in tip-top condition. The only issue is that it’s sometimes a nightmare racing a £12M antique so another service that GTO Engineering provide is that they take the identity of an old Ferrari that is unsaveable and use it to create an exact replica of the racer which is a fraction of the cost (a steal at £700,000) but still has an authentic Ferrari identity.
Director Mark Cant
DOP Paul Blundell
shot on location in los angeles
The car was born out of necessity, as the 1989 and 1990 seasons had proven competitive for Williams, but they had underachieved in their own and Renault's eyes. Newey started work on the new car soon after joining the team from March in mid-1990. He had designed a series of aerodynamically efficient and very effective cars for March on a limited budget, so with Williams's greater resources and money he was able to fully develop his ideas. The design showed enough promise to tempt Nigel Mansell to shelve his plans to retire from the sport and rejoin Williams from Ferrari.
Powered by a 3.5 litre V10 Renault engine, the car was the most technically sophisticated on the grid. By 1992 the FW14B featured semi-automatic transmission, active suspension, traction control and for a brief period anti-lock brakes. Add to that the superb aerodynamics by Newey that was far ahead of the McLaren MP4/7A, Ferrari F92A or Lotus 107, and it made for a potent mix, although at the beginning the unbelievers said the car was too technical for its own good. The FW14B was so successful that its successor (the FW15), which was already available mid-season in 1992, was never used.
The FW14 made its debut at the 1991 United States Grand Prix. The car was clearly the most technically advanced on the grid, but teething troubles during the season stymied the team's early progress. Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese recorded 7 victories between them, but the Drivers' Championship was wrapped up by Ayrton Senna in the McLaren MP4/6, who had better reliability.
The Road to Nowhere
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shot on location in iceland
Paul Blundell heads west in search of forgotten spaces
J5 RANGER / AMERICAS CUP CLASS
HALEAKALA VOLCANO MAUI 10000ft