Who We Are

Larry Thorson has been photographing the world since before you were born. He has always been a sucker for a sweet looking car. He likes to catch them out in the "wild." Failing that, he tries to capture the emotion and gravitas (or absurdity) of a car when it's on display. Metro Phoenix is ideal for both, as the survivor car and collector car auction center of the world. Likewise, he is always on the lookout for an intriguing street scene. Rather than elaborate staging, he tries to capture the spontaneous ephemeral moments that are otherwise lost in a blink. His work is on display across the web.

The Last Voyage of the Stugots

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Sometimes

it’s not that hard to say goodbye.

Adios, INContinental.  I will miss your giant V8, your really shitty gas mileage and the faux mobster presence.  And the flippy lights.

But not the profuse leakage.  You’re worse than one of the dogs that lives in my house.

Enjoy auto Valhalla.  Say hi to the Merc and the Fury.