Chris Daley is a seasoned commercial automotive photographer based near Portland, Oregon. With a diverse portfolio spanning renowned clients such as The Discovery Channel, Hoonigan Racing Division, The American Rally Association, DSport Magazine, as well as individual car owners and various racing teams and drivers, Chris brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his craft.

Notably, he serves as the Event Photographer for the Oregon Trail Rally, showcasing his proficiency in capturing dynamic moments within the automotive realm. Situated near the vibrant city of Portland, Oregon, Chris Daley Photography operates as a hub for editorial and commercial photography services.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Chris is an avid enthusiast of automotive culture, frequently immersing himself in racing activities, car building ventures, and outdoor adventures exploring national and state parks. His dedication to his craft is paralleled by his commitment to family and personal pursuits.

Specializing in automotive, lifestyle imagery, and adept at harnessing the nuances of light, Chris continually pushes the boundaries of his artistry. Proficient in both analog and digital technologies, he adapts his approach to suit the unique requirements of each project.

For inquiries regarding collaborations or upcoming projects, please reach out via the provided contact form. Chris welcomes the opportunity to discuss rates, scheduling, and any other pertinent details to ensure the success of your endeavor.

"Great photos aren't taken, they're planned and crafted by skilled artists. Cameras don't take great pictures any more than table saws make great bookcases."

Below are a few examples of how some of Chris Daley's photos were published.

2018 Oregon Trail Rally on Sunday's stages in Dufur, OR.

Ken Block's one and only poster of the original Ford Cossie. This photo brought in 32,973 likes on Instagram and was used in multiple other projects that Ken Block and his team were involved in.

Christian Coujin's Livingroom in his Seattle home.

This is printed and framed sitting on the shelf in the official RWB Museum in Malaysia. 

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