The following images are a personal project born out of curiosity. As I’m fascinated and inspired by bizarre light one day I wondered to myself if it would be possible to paint a car with a rainbow? The concept was intriguing. I did some small scale tests and built several devices. Plausibility ensued. To properly model the spectrum of light without coloring it I figured I’d need a simple, neutral-toned and well-designed canvas to be fully appreciated. As a Porsche fanatic my thoughts went immediately to the earliest model known as the “three-five-six.” So I reached out to Rod Emory, a visionary and world-class car builder whom I came to know in time as a kindred spirit. He was in. Here are the resulting images…















I’d like to thank Rod Emory for being so hospitable and passionate, Bryan Anton for his enthusiasm and amazing work in the behind the scenes video and Sacha Di Poi for his delicious homemade bread and midas-touch on the c-stands. Without their help, support and coincidentally good timing these images surely wouldn’t exist. Finally I’d like to thank anyone taking the time to read this for doing so. Let’s push things forward.