Name: Jared Cosgro
Why I should shoot for NWN: I've been in the (oregon) drifting scene for a few years and I sure don't plan on getting out anytime soon. I started shooting drifting a little more then two years ago at the hoodoo drift events, which I helped run but after a year I moved onto doing films and have fallen in love with it. I've never been to a Formula D event so just being there let alone shooting would be an honor. I own and drive my own drift car so I am fairly
Why I want to shoot for NWN:
I believe I would would be a brilliant candidate to join your team because I believe I always work in a professional manner, I am very outgoing and compassionate about auto racing. Every oppurtunity I have, when I am not at work or with my family, I try to make the best out of it. Spent 6hrs in the rain to photograph a event. I enjoy all types of people I am easy to get along with and respectful of others. I
Name: Danny Sullivan
Why I should shoot for NWN:
I have developed my passion and skill for photography by shooting at Evergreen starting in 2006. Watching the local drivers progress from the grassroots level all the way up to Formula Drift has been exciting and I have been lucky to know many of them along the way. I have shot almost every Formula Drift event that has taken place at Evergreen, several for NWN. I have the experience and know-how to deliver solid coverage
I shot my first drift event recently at Drift Union's D-Day 19. Not being new to photography, I have shot everything from motorsports, family, portraits, formal events.. all the way to weddings, and continue to pursue the thrill of capturing the moment. Motorsports and photography are my passion, and I would love to shoot for NWN. Work can be seen here. Charlie Meloche Photography.
Here is a shot from D-Day 19 of Shawn Browne's FC
Name: Ben Chavez
Why I should shoot for NWN: I'm fairly new to the drift photography scene, but I am not a stranger to automotive photography in general. My first real motorsport photography event was the Oregon Trail Rally, then my first drift photography event was at Pat's Acres. In this short amount of time, I've taken photos that received positive reactions from automotive enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike.
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