Back when cars were first making an appearance, a manufacturer would supply you with an engine mounted to a chassis. It would then be the customer who would decide what body, or coachwork, they wanted for their car and they would take it to a coach builder like Mulliner.
In the modern day, coachbuilding is a rarity, reserved for the very few who cannot find a car that suits their needs. The Mulsanne Grand Limousine by Mulliner was built for this exact reason.
Required for a customer who wanted 4 seats of equal comfort in the rear of the car that faced each other to allow for conversations and meeting to be had on the go, the Mulsanne Grand Limousine was and still is the world's longest OEM limousine ever made and an amazing 6.5 meters long.
For this project I led the film (and my hands even have a cameo in there), the studio photography production and post production.
More recently I also created a reprint of brochures to promote the work that only a skilled coach builder like Mulliner can carry out.
Photographer: James Callaghan