WORLD-CLASS
AUTO & MOTO PHOTOS

Whether you’re a home-builder or global manufacturer, Andrew Jones from Machines That Dream has the photography knowledge and experience to make your car or bike look truly amazing.

John Ward and his 1971 BMW 2800 Coupe

The finished photos

 

Jamie Portelli and his Harley Sportster Hooligan

The finished photos

Georgio Rimi and his BMW R100RS

The finished photos

Andrew on a recent shoot for MV Agusta

WORLD-CLASS
AUTO & MOTO PHOTOS

Whether you’re a home-builder or global manufacturer, Andrew Jones from Machines That Dream has the photography knowledge and experience to make your car or bike look truly amazing.

John Ward and his 1971 BMW 2800 Coupe

The finished photos

 

Jamie Portelli and his Harley Sportster Hooligan

The finished photos

Georgio Rimi and his BMW R100RS

The finished photos

Andrew on a recent shoot for MV Agusta

WORLD-CLASS
AUTO & MOTO PHOTOS

Whether you’re a home-builder or global manufacturer, Andrew Jones from Machines That Dream has the photography knowledge and experience to make your car or bike look truly amazing.

John Ward and his 1971 BMW 2800 Coupe

The finished photos

 

Jamie Portelli and his Harley Sportster 

The finished photos

Georgio Rimi and his BMW R100RS

The finished photos

Andrew on a recent shoot for MV Agusta

MY Work

I’m a sydney-based photographer with a passion for cars and bikes. Here’s a selection of my latest photographic work. I hope you like what you see. If you’d like to see more or discuss having your pride and joy shot, why not email me now.

“The brains behind Pipeburn.com and one of Sydney’s best auto and moto photographers with global experience and a stellar track record going back a decade.”

Vaughan & Georgio

Owners, MotorRetro Sydney

Andrew’s shots of my ’70 BMW 2800 are breathtaking. The paint colour is difficult to capture correctly. The fact he did shows his skills. I’d recommend him to anyone.

John Ward

Owner, Fuel Bespoke Design

FROM GRASS ROOTS TO GLOBAL BRANDS

I’m equally at home dropping by a Sydney bike show to take a few snaps as I am shooting a prototype at a test track in the UK. Here’s just a few of my previous clients.

30 Years Photo Experience

From studying old-school film photography at uni in the 80s to the digital photo revolution, I’ve seen it all.

Global Know-how

With a catalogue that includes shoots in Australia, India, France, US, UK and Asia, there’s not many places I haven’t shot.

Proven Skills

Chosen by brands globally to shoot for them, my clients includes Triumph, Jaguar, Royal Enfield, Transport for NSW and more.

Scaleable Services

From a quick, personal shoot to a catalogue of shots for a global campaign, I have the experience, team and gear to make it awesome, no matter what the budget. 

Media Knowledge

My marketing & blogging experience means I not only understand great shots, I know how they’ll be used and what makes them attract maximum eyeballs.

 

Personal Service

I love shooting cars and bikes and I like to think I do it well. So when you pay for me you’ll get me, not a freelancer who doesn’t know a wheel from a tyre.

I have been working as a photographer for over a decade. After studying it at UNSW, I went on to work in Sydney, Tokyo and Hong Kong as a Creative Director, including a stint at the famous Leo Burnett ad agency.

Since then, I have built up Pipeburn.com to be one of the world’s best moto blogs, travelled the world shooting for Royal Enfield and I’m currently producing a NetFlix TV show on the world’s best motorcycle roads and their riders called ‘Crossroads’.

More About Me

Born and bred in The Shire south of Sydney, I’ve had a life-long passion for cars and bikes ever since I was a kid. I blame Mad Max I. Around then, my Dad encouraged me to take some photos with his new 35mm film camera. Soon after, I ‘gave’ him a tripod and cable release for Christmas. I never looked back, and he never got to use his gear again. Sorry Dad.

A decade later, I began a degree at Paddington’s College of Fine Arts with a major in photography. Here I learnt to develop my own film and use a darkroom. And in a sign of things to come, I was introduced to a weird piece of software called ‘Photoshop 1.0’. Little did I know then, but this program – and digital photography in general – would change my world.

Swept up in the global Dot Com Boom, I was promoted in my ad job and then transferred to Tokyo in 2000 and then again in late 2001 to Hong Kong. I moved back to Sydney in 2003, where I started work at Leo Burnett. Over a decade later, I left the ad world and started to work for myself, developing an idea that would become Machines That Dream in 2019. 

GIVE YOUR RIDE
THE PHOTOS IT DESERVES…

I hope you like what you see here – it’s the results of years of hard work and a real passion for the cars and bikes I shoot. If you’re interested, let’s chat about what you need in person. Just fill out the form below, and i’ll get back to you with a competitive quote ASAP. Thanks for the interest!