Evansaviography.co.uk is the personal aviation photography website of Andy Evans, a keen photographer, author, airshow volunteer and part of the team that’s responsible for UK Airshow Review – one of the oldest airshow websites in the United Kingdom.

Please feel free to browse the photo galleries and any constructive comments are always more than welcome. Whilst all images on this website I copyright, if you would like to use any of them, then please feel free to get in touch via the Contact Us page.

I hope you enjoy your visit and check back regularly for updates.


  • New Review – Midlands Air Festival 2021

    It’s been a long time since July 2019 when I last attended a UK airshow, it really does seem like an age. However a few weekends ago I attended the Midlands Air Festival 2021 on behalf of UK Airshow Review.

    As the largest event to be held since the COVID pandemic began, how would the event would pan out over three days at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire? Would the mix of Hot Air Balloons, together with debuts from the Red Arrows, Typhoon and the new Russian Spitfire work at this venue?

    Find our by reading my review for UKAR which has now been published, please feel free to click the link below to find out what I thought.

    Click Here to read our review

    Fancy reading some of my other articles for UKAR? They can all be found here.

    Hot Air Balloons at the Midland Air Festival
    Tethered balloons ignite their burners in time to the music at the Midlands Air Festival 2021.

  • Normality is returning.

    Whilst there were some airshows last year, with the risk from COVID-19 I chose not to attend them, especially at the cost. My thoughts recently have turned to the future.

    However with the advent of the vaccines and the fact that I will shortly be fully vaccinated, I personally cannot wait to attend an airshow again. The 2021 season has already begun and I am so close to visiting my first event at Ragley Hall. It is so important to me that I return to visiting events to get a sense of normality once again. Local shows may play a big part in this however, those that have seen my images and UKAR articles will know that I like to travel. This year is no exception. I have plans to travel to Belgium at least twice, it is therefore so frustrating to see the Indian Strain taking hold jeopardising these plans.

    There are other small signs of normality returning to the airshow world too. Over the past week the RAF Typhoon team and the Red Arrows have achieved PDA, international teams are starting to announce their calendars and, more shows are putting tickets on sale. There is a real buzz around the enthusiast community that the first signs of recovery are appearing. Sure, 2021 will be a difficult year still with no RIAT however I am certain 2022 will now be normal.

    The only things that can derail this are people not getting vaccinated and not being sensible. Please, everyone, don’t let that happen.

    I wish everyone a great 2021 airshow season and will post more images soon.

    The Dambusters memorial flypast at RIAT 2018.
  • Looking back on 2010 – NAF El Centro

    Back in autumn 2010, Andy made his first aviation visit to the US South West. This included a visit to a very quiet but hot NAF El Centro where just one aircraft was on base.

    Here’s a look back at some of the shots taken that day.

  • NAS North Island Base Visit

    During October 2015 I was lucky enough to be part of a group invited to visit NAS North Island as a guest of the resident MH-60S units whilst on a Forest Aviation Tours trip to the San Diego area.

    This evening I have published an image gallery of photos that were taken during an excellent morning on base.

  • New Site is Live

    The new website design has now been published. Please let me have your feedback, but be gentle! My experience of WordPress is quite literally a few hours old! Enjoy!

  • New Website

    Welcome to the brand new layout of the website, it is now much simpler to use and update! Please tell us what you think!


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