THE PAST

I DO

The top picture shows me as an 4.5 year old boy steering a glorious BMW E30 3-series. My family took me to the DTM race in 1990.


I‘ve been passionate about racing cars as long as I can think.

Why should you work with me? I‘m young, I‘m wild and I work with absolutely devotion, reliability and precision. Additionally I love to work with a creative mindset and the best of graphic software to turn my pictures into a work of art which will fascinate my clients.

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VITA

THE KIT

About 15 years later I become a media designer and fell in love with photography and the visual state of mind.

 

In 2012 I had the opportunity to work as a picture editor for the wellknown German Formula 1 Photographer Rainer W. Schlegelmilch.

 

In the future I hope my passion, being a photographer for all motor sports, will become my bread and butter.

Currently I shoot all my races with the 18 Megapixel Canon 7D. I use the Canon 70-200m 4.0 L, Sigma 18-35 1.8 and the Sigma 30mm 1.4.

© FRAYS Imaging / Photography + Postprocessing / 2017

„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr
„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr
„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr
„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr
„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr
„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr
„I found your portfolio through a motorsport group and it really stood out for the number of shots ...“ – Feedback via Flickr