Roger Stowers was a prolific photographer of all things mechanical, but especially classic motor cars and the people associated with making, maintaining and owning them.
Roger worked for Aston Martin Lagonda from 1976 to the late 1980s and was an official photographer for the Aston Martin Owners Club. He covered many Club events all over the UK and Europe, and recorded much fascinating detail of the manufacture of Astons at Newport Pagnell and Bloxham. His knowledge of the Company became encyclopaedic and he was a much respected source of information as a result.
When Roger died in 2003 much of his collection of negatives, black and white and colour photographs came to the Aston Martin Heritage Trust, a bequest for which we are very grateful.
We are offering for sale high quality prints, black/white or colour, depending on their source, from Roger's collection and feature a range of them here.
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