A premium quarterly publication focused on cars, people and their stories. We have no allegiance to brand, badge or tribe. The magazine's clean, uncluttered layout strips everything back to reveal an intimate journey through beautiful imagery and engaging stories.
If you appreciate beautiful design, emotive imagery and have a genuine thirst to explore insightful stories, then Retromotive has something for you.
MEET THE RETROMOTIVE TEAM
Nathan Duff is a photographer, videographer and re-toucher working predominately in the automotive industry. Nathan's work has appeared in numerous automotive magazines -- including Top Gear, CAR, Wheels and MOTOR.
When he is not out shooting or putting the magazine together, Nathan likes to pretend that he’ll actually finish the series 3 Land Rover that sits in his garage gathering dust.
See Nathans commercial work at www.nathanduffphotography.com.au or you can follow Nathan on Instagram @retromotive_editor.
YVETTE STEPHANIE HALLAM
In 2020, Yvette Stephanie Hallam completed her bachelors of Business Management/Arts at the University of Queensland. She majored in marketing, creative writing, as well as film and TV studies.
At Retromotive, she supports with the marketing and admin, as well as editing and writing for the magazine.
Being new to the car scene, she is excited to learn all things car ... and she is currently obsessed with 'Formula 1: Drive to Survive' on Netflix.
On the weekends, you can find her at the park reading/writing horror stories. Her favourite authors being Shirley Jackson and Joe Hill.
Bruce McMahon grew up on a Queensland farm with a love of cars and words. Since university days, riding around in a 1949 Riley Roadster, he’s worked on newspapers in Brisbane, and Stratford-on-Avon, in various roles from general reporting to newsroom management to feature writing and stints as a motoring writer before going freelance in 2011.
Across his career, Bruce has been published in magazines from Outback to Wheels, from Qweekend to 4x4 Australia to Thoroughbred & classic cars on a range of general, travel and motoring subjects.
He’s driven both the Nurburgring and Tanami Tracks, tested Ferraris and John Deere tractors, ridden with the likes of Dick Johnson and Carlos Sainz, and owned a variety of machines from Porsche 911s to Range Rovers and Mazda utes.
Shaun Maluga is an Australian born, New York City-based photographer with a penchant for automotive photography. When not shooting cars, he is happy photographing everything from the streets of NYC to portraits, weddings, events and travel.
You can follow his work on Instagram @shaunmaluga and @fujifilmxpro2
Colin is an electronics engineer who was involved with data communications for over 25 years, and has always had a passion for sports cars. His first car was a brown 260Z, which he thought was very cool but was wrong. He has built a car (GT40 Replica), restored and raced cars, and is currently the Vice President of the Sunshine Coast Motorsport Club. He particularly likes the technical side of anything automotive and justifies spending too much money on cars by calling them art.