Jeff Dailey

Photography
Historic Morris Avenue — Between 22nd and 23rd Streets

Kustom Jeff Dailey’s love of photography began with an Instamatic 110 as a young child. Later, while serving in Germany in the U.S. Army, he took advantage of the on-post craft center to learn to develop film and progress his technical skills. Years later he picked up his first digital camera and jumped into the world of motorcycle photography. He has had multiple features in Cycle Source, Raw Bike, The Horse Backstreet Choppers and his personal motorcycle was been featured on the cover of Grease magazine. His oldest love is toy photography, he started doing this in his teens and still plays with toys. His toy photos have been featured on sites dedicated to the subject. Jeff recently sold his motorcycles to buy a 40 year old Corvette project, this rekindled his love of cars and is starting to show up in his work.

Jeff’s camera’s have included a Canon 7D, T3i and even his cell phone when the situation calls for it. His latest camera is the Nikon D7100. His subjects are usually places and things he runs into with the exception of the toys he carries everywhere and the posed photo shoots for motorcycle and car features. Due to his eclectic tastes you may see photos of landmarks, toys, cars or even some weird shape that just happened to catch his eye.