You’re probably wondering just who is the man behind the lens of some of today’s incredible photos from in and around Melbourne as we build up towards the Australian Grand Prix.
Well, wonder no more. The very man is our own photographer, a fine Singapore-based gent who goes by the name of Ming Ham.
A professional photographer who has covered a host of international sporting and major events, Ming grew up in in Sydney before moving overseas.
He first picked a camera at the age of 17 while on an overseas holiday, and has never looked back.
A man whose motto is to live life to the fullest, Ming is a huge motorsport fan, as well as a lover of fitness, travel and, of course, photography.
“Shooting sports photography is especially interesting, because you can really capture the emotions of the subject through the lens,” he tells us.
Ming loves to capture unique, outstanding photos, and brings great feelings to his audience through his work.
We’re thrilled to have Ming as a part of our team this week, and we look forward to him being part of the RichardsF1.com team for many years to come. Please make Ming feel welcome!
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