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Some of the assignments & highlights from the Ian Skelton Photography Diary
Aramco Team Series Golf Tournament

Aramco Team Series Golf Tournament

Covid & quarantine rules have caused untold problems this year, effecting many events in my diary. Strangely it was probably responsible for me getting a last minute call up last week! I had the amazing experience of shooting 6 days at the Aramco Team Series Golf...

Bennetts British Superbikes Championship

Bennetts British Superbikes Championship

I have never been to a motorbike racing event, let alone photographed one. So I was really keen to have a go at something new when I got the call from Omologato Watches. They had just become the official timekeeping partner for the Bennetts British Superbikes...

Craftsmanship at G&A Fabrications

Craftsmanship at G&A Fabrications

My family & friends will know that when I left school (many moons ago!) I started work at Greater Manchester Police workshops as a panel beater. As a family we moved South & I finished the last 3 years of my apprenticeship in a Rolls-Royce bodyshop. This was...

Goodwood Speedweek

Goodwood Speedweek

This year has been tough for all of us. As a motorsport photographer many events in my diary were cancelled, including Goodwood Members Meeting and Revival. So it was great news that when they released the first running of a special 'socially distanced' Goodwood...

Masters Historic Festival – Brands Hatch

Masters Historic Festival – Brands Hatch

"Hallo my friend, I need your help... I can no longer come to UK from Netherlands without 14 days quarantine!! This is problem as I need to shoot Masters Historic Festival - Brands Hatch for the Championship... So I have a crazy idea!!" That was the text I got from my...

House Renovation Project

House Renovation Project

This week it was an absolute pleasure to shoot images of the latest House Renovation Project from The Chinhurst Group. This lovely grade II listed cottage was quite simply stunning. Grade 2 Listed Cottage Apparently the previous owners had lived there all their lives...