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Adam Hosey is a professional motorsports photographer from Bonney Lake, Washington. He discovered his passion for the camera in high school when a friend’s father offered the use of his dark room. Back then he shot aircraft at Paine field, the Unlimited Hydroplane Races, and then he discovered the ProFormance Racing School at Pacific Raceway where past Cars Yeah guest Don Kitch runs an on-track school. Since then Adam has traveled with Team Seattle to the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona to photograph the race. Adam also shoots at the local SCCA and vintage races, for clients on consignment, and he sells gallery-quality prints of his work with matting and framing.

SHOW SPONSORS  

Covercraft

MetronGarage

Christopher Kimball Financial Services

SUCCESS QUOTE 

“We photographers don’t see different things, we just see things differently.”

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

Gaining confidence to approach teams, owner, drivers, and the crew when Adam first started shooting.

AH HA MOMENT

Realizing that people like and enjoy your photography.

FIRST SPECIAL VEHICLE

A 1976 Pinto Wagon

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Keep a log book of the work you do on your vehicle.

RESOURCES

Google

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

The Performing Art of the American Automobile by Jonathan A. Stein* and Michael Furman*

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Follow your dreams.

WHERE TO FIND ADAM

Adam Hosey Photography

 

 

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