Hello, I'm Kieran Bicknell; A UK-based automotive photographer and writer.

Based in the glorious county of Wiltshire, England; I am a freelance automotive journalist and photographer who has a love for anything with four wheels and an engine.
Growing up around high-powered cars from an early age was sure to have an influence on me, and having immersed myself in the world of automotive culture from the moment I was able to get behind the wheel, it was only natural that I would end up in this wonderfully varied line of work, and I'm loving every minute of it.
With numerous years of experience freelancing as an automotive photographer and writer under my belt, I have been published by a variety of media outlets with work both online and in print. I am also a member of the esteemed Western Group of Motoring Writers (WGMW) so you can rest easy knowing you're working with a recognised, industry-certified writer and photographer.
Additionally, I specialise in providing photography and writing packages for sales or editorial purposes. Perhaps you're a national auction house or a family-run car dealership looking to get ahead of the competition, or maybe you're an outlet looking for a one-stop-shop for both photography and copywriting. Whatever your needs may be, please do get in touch for a bespoke quote and to discuss your requirements. 
Whether it's supplying full-length feature content, short editorial pieces, news, car reviews, commercial imagery or social media content, I can provide copy and imagery to your requirements - on time, on-brand and ready to publish. 
If you're looking for a fresh, dynamic approach to your automotive content, then I would love to hear from you. If you want to work with someone that has a genuine passion for life in the automotive world, please feel free to get in touch to discuss your needs further, or even just to say hello! 
Clients include:

Dick Lovett
Porsche Centre Swindon
BMW Hungerford
The Market by Bonhams
Car & Classic Auctions
Historics Auctions
Silverstone Auctions
and many, many more...​​​​​​​
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