Tank Moto Issue 06 Launch @ Rupert

Some snaps I took at the Tank Moto Magazine launch which also doubled as a Rupert Cafe launch as well.. This is one of their most impressive issues to date, truly a world class publication. Oh, and that back cover image was taken by me. Tank-Moto-Rupert01001

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Fuel Magazine and Tank Moto

A huge reason I haven’t posted much before today is that I’ve been busy working on my photography business. One of the main highlights of this year was getting to photograph for two outstanding magazines, Fuel Magazine and Tank Moto. Both magazines feature huge write-ups and images of some stunning custom vehicles. My work has been generously displayed over many of these pages. It is also a privilige to have my work shown in the same publication as photographer Sam Christmas whose work I have a tremendous respect for. Please support these magazines as there are not many publications of this high quality, and personally knowing the people who help put these together I can tell you that they have a lot more amazing features coming.tankmoto1 tankmoto2Tank Moto, Issue 2

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All images by Jason Lau.

Tank Moto Magazine Launch

Tank Moto Magazine official launch party was on last night on 25th May at Gasolina, Melbourne. It was a great meet up to celebrate the launch of an Australian based magazine about custom motorcycles. I missed out on my free copy which went out to the first 100 visitors but there was still plenty to enjoy. There were so many gorgeous bikes there and a great collection of builders, painters, mechanics and enthusiasts. Check out and support this great magazine, which hopefully signals the ever growing custom bike scene in Melbourne.

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