Our photographers

Steven
Tee

LAT’s MD and Chief Photographer has attended well over 500 F1 Grands Prix since 1984, working with a multitude of publications, teams, drivers and sponsors along the way. Check out Steven’s portfolio here.

Glenn
Dunbar

Glenn joined LAT in 2003, shooting F1 full time since 2006. He has a flair for finding new angles, and an eye for interesting light. Check out Glenn’s portfolio here.

Sam
Bloxham

Beginning his career in trackday photography, Sam joined LAT in 2013, is official photographer for Formula E and splits his time with Formula One. Check out Sam’s portfolio here.

Zak
Mauger

Zak travels the world with LAT as the official series photographer for FIA F2 and GP3. His work often combines a scenic landscape, location atmosphere and stunning race cars. Check out Zak’s portfolio here.

Andrew
Hone

Andy is a freelance sports photographer specialising in Motorsports and Automotive Photography. Since joining LAT in 2016, Andy has been supplying photos for all F1 events. Check out Andy’s portfolio here.

Joe
Portlock

Joe is an award winning young photographer based in London, who stepped through the LAT academy in 2016, having already had work commissioned by F1 team Force India. Joe is now a regular on the team covering F1 races across the globe. Check out Joe’s portfolio here.

Steve
Etherington

Steve is a multi-award winning international photographer specialising in F1, starting out his professional career in 1977. Steve worked at specialist Sports agencies through until 1997, when he turned freelance to specialise in photographing Formula One. During his career he has gained many awards including winner of the Sports Photographer of the Year Specialist Portfolio and a winner in the prestigious Sasakawa World Sports Photo Contest. Check out Steve’s portfolio here.

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