Young Photographer Competition Entries 

The entries to the young photographer competition have been brilliant.   The youngest entry came from a two year old; what a budding photographer.  

Featured below is a fabulous Star Wars themed photograph, HQ think this is terrific fun which is the winning entry.  

Well done and thank you to those who entered.



Bond Themed Photography Competition

We are all definitely in need of a little fun;  how about getting your creative juices flowing and having some light hearted entertainment snapping?  

How about getting dressed up in a suit or frock?  (I think we have all grown tired of the novelty of our 'lockdown' loungewear range).

Maybe include your furry co worker?  Why not have a K9007!  Perhaps you have a BOND family portrait in mind?  Or are you going to take a clean, angular shot of your highly polished Aston Martin Car?


Closing date: 5 June 2020     Please email your entry to:      There will be PRIZES!



Young Photographer Competition 

It is competition time again.

AMOC HQ would dearly like to seek out any budding junior photographers.   The challenge is to take a front on shot of an Aston Martin Car, any example of the marque (even a scaled/lego) model.  The photo can be taken on a phone, camera or tablet/ipad but must have been taken over the last 12 months.   

Please email entries to, the closing date in the 15 May.  There will be prizes!




We have a winner!  

Mark Donoghue our very own Chief Concours Judge, has now studied the drawings which you kindly sent in for the AMOC Lockdown Adult Drawing Competition:  After much deliberation;  first, second and third places have been chosen.


First - Damien Charles, from France


Second - Adam Viner


Third - Julian Mullins



The Adult Drawing Competition closed on Friday.

AMOC HQ have been overwhelmed by the response and It has been a complete treat seeing the artwork coming into HQ; where have you talented lot been hiding?  Our Judge is going to have a very tough time choosing a winner.

Here is a random selection taken from the entries for you to enjoy.



The Winning Picture, from the Lockdown Children's Drawing Competition what a great job!

The panel of two Drawing Competion judges: Marc Aylott - Club Manager and Lucas Clamp - Junior Artisic Judge  (pictured below) also selected second and third entries.


The winners of the Children's Drawing Competition will be announced on the 15 April.  The staff here at AMOC HQ loved all of the entries; and are really impressed by the standard of artwork we have received.  

There were entries from as far as Canada, Australia, and France and ages ranged from 8-14.  Thank you for your fantastic artistic work, some of the entries are displayed bellow for you to enjoy.






Adult Drawing Competition

Do you have a flair for drawing, or perhaps you have had a yearning which time restraints have previously prevented you from exploring?  

How about drawing your own Aston Martin car, your dream version or even a concept car?   

AMOC would love to see our Members talent; entries will be judged by our very own Chief Concours Judge (there will be a prize for the winning entry). The closing date is the 24 April 2020.

Please photograph or scan your drawing and send it via email to:

Childrens Drawing Competition

Are your little ones (or not so little ones) at home with you? 

AMOC HQ staff would love to see their artistic skills, so we are running a drawing competition.   The closing date is the 10th April, anyone aged 0-16 can enter and the AMOC Club Manager will choose the winning drawing.   

Please photograph or scan your drawing and send it via email to:





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