PowerSports Photography & Video
Ed Dellis has been shooting cars, motorcycles, airplanes, and boats since 1982.
He began riding motorcycles in 1973, and had his first AMA Motocross racing license in 1974. Brock Yates’ Cannonball One Lap of America has seen Dellis enter his BMW Hartge H3 and Beck Lister Corvette #007 a total of five times beginning in 1996.
Skip Barber hired full-time him to use his Mechanical Engineering degree to teach car control for three years, but when he became Associate Editor for SAE‘s prestigious Automotive Engineering Magazine in the late-80’s, Dellis became the Chief Instructor for Bobby Rahal’s TrackTime Driving School on weekends…a position he held for six years until his moldable handgrip invention — PersonaGrip — took off in IndyCar, Formula One cars and boats, NASCAR, Trans-Am, IMSA, Unlimited Hydros, et al.
When not shooting, Dellis can be found building small block Donovan engines for his Lister, flying and shooting video with his 4K drone, or shooting pics/videos and building websites for motorsports clients across southern California.
Yes…it’s safe to say Dellis is a total gearhead, and loves shooting.