Hi, and thanks for looking at the page that’s all about me, Scott Jones. I’m a dad, husband, and photographer. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area with my wife, two kids, our cat and our German Shepherd. Besides my family, I love motor sports and nature, perhaps an odd combination to some but not to me. Each is beautiful in its own way and I am very happy indeed both in pit lane and shivering on a hillside at sunrise.
Via PhotoGP I deliver unique motor sports imagery for media sources, racing industry clients and fans. You may have seen my images displayed in or on behalf of: MotoMatters (Netherlands), Asphalt & Rubber (USA), CycleWorld (USA), CycleNews (USA), Motorcycle USA (USA), Superbike Planet (USA), Road Racer X (USA), Road & Track (USA), MCN (UK), Crash.Net (U.K.), Bike Sport News (U.K.), Moto73 (Netherlands), Riders (Italy), Speedweek (Germany), MotoCiclismo (Spain), SoloMoto (Spain), GPOne.com (Italy), Revista WarmUp (Brazil), Infomotogp.com (Italy), Motorpasionmoto (Spain), Ultimate Motorcycling (USA), AutoEvolution (Romania), Gold and Goose, MotoGP.com, NickyHayden.com, Tech3, Dainese, Ducati, Alpinestars, LeoVince, Parts Europe, Mission Motors, BRD Motorcycles, Riders for Health, and more.
For print, broadcast and web-based media, my images are available in a searchable archive within days of each event, or within hours by prior arrangement.
For racing industry clients, hi-resolution images are available for catalogs, print advertisements, and signage. For oversized usage such as booth displays and signage, custom resolutions are available.
For racing fans, I use my access to the MotoGP and WSBK paddocks to bring you unique products such as rider-signed prints and limited editions that help you place in your home or office images that connect you to the sport, series or riders you love.
Scott Jones Photography specializes in fine art prints of nature and landscape subjects from around the world. My landscape prints grace homes and small offices, as well as larger venues such as corporate lobbies, meeting rooms and hospitals. My work in nature is as rewarding as my work in pit lane, though for much different reasons.
I often receive emails asking about my equipment, so to see what gear I use along with comments about the individual items, check out my Gear List on the PhotoGP website.