Ferrari Press Agency specialises in taking and supplying celebrity pictures, gathering and providing
news and real-life features, and providing a public relations service.
The agency is run by Matthew Bell and Adam Gillham, who have nearly 50 years of experience between them and a host of contacts throughout the media industry, with a team of talented and also experienced staff including photographers, news reporters and feature writers.
We supply pictures, news and features to national newspapers and magazines in the UK, as well as to international publications in around 30 countries worldwide, TV and radio stations, and public relations companies.
Recent exclusive celebrity pictures from Ferrari include the first photograph of Jordan on the day she announced her marriage split from Peter Andre, Nicole Kidman filming at Greenwich in London, and Gary Lineker's fiancee Danielle Bux dressed in a sexy tailored men's suit.
The agency was founded by the late Lino 'Dan' Ferrari in 1945. His son Nick Ferrari is well-known for his award-winning and hugely successful LBC Radio 97.3FM breakfast show.
Among the many journalists and photographers who have worked for the agency over the years are two former Fleet Street editors, Kelvin MacKenzie (The Sun) and Richard Stott (Daily Mirror), and more recently Sky News Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt, The Sun's Royal Reporter Duncan Larcombe, Sunday Mirror Deputy News Editor Mike Hamilton, Mail on Sunday Showbusiness Correspondent James Tapper, Channel 4 News Assistant Producer Ginny Sandringham and News of the World photographer Louis Wood.
Ferrari's have a long-standing, excellent reputation throughout the media industry, and are regarded as a 'nursery' of talent from where many national newspapers and magazines in the UK recruit staff.
The agency's current owners Matthew Bell, a former Sunday Mirror News Editor (1998-1999), and Adam Gillham, an ex-reporter for The Sun (1990-1995), have both served successful spells in Fleet Street, and have brought that wealth of experience, ability and contacts to Ferrari's, which they took over in 1999 and run from an office in Dartford, Kent, close to where the late Lino 'Dan' Ferrari's widow Joyce Ferrari lives.