Details:One-time racer, full-time artist and dreamer, and now living in a cabin in the French Pyrénées, Camille McMillan’s passion for professional cycling began at an early age, long before competing in the sport as a junior in Europe and the UK. This passion was to merge with an increasing fascination with image-making to create stunning cycling photography.
Whether shooting from within the peloton, or partying with the fans on Mont Ventoux, the pictures in this beautiful volume reveal some of the many stories this pioneering photographer has witnessed: Intimate, sometimes aggressive, but always beautiful; his images are unique.
This exclusive anthology, featuring many hitherto unseen pictures, spans some two decades of life at the sharp end of world cycling. Formerly editor-at-large at Rouleur magazine, Camille captures the pain, heroism and humanity of this most challenging of sports.