Christian Rodriguez is a motorsport photographer from San Juan, Puerto Rico whose talent and love for the sport have inspired him to create racing artwork throughout his time living in the United States.
Known by his friends as a “walking-racing Wikipedia”, Christian did not take long to find racetracks in his vicinity when he made the move over to mainland U.S. back in 2009. While spectating events at iconic venues, a desire to work within the motorsports industry began. Simultaneously, Christian developed a curiosity for art and photography while exploring museums across the world throughout his teenage years and eventually obtaining his first DSLR camera at the age of 18.
Christian successfully converged his two passions in motorsports and photography, having covered those same events he once attended as a fan now as a credentialed photographer. His resume includes events such as the Rolex 24 Hours, Petit Le Mans, Watkins Glen 6 Hour, Sebring 24 Hours, Indy 8 Hours and more. He has also worked for international championships such as the FIA WEC, professional teams such as Wright Motorsports, and automotive manufacturers such as Aston Martin and Mazda. Christian has also written several motorsport articles for motorsport news publishers such as www.GT-REPORT.com.
Christian plans to continue growing his career as a freelance photographer and provide exceptional marketing content for future clients one shutter click at a time.