evo is the thrill of driving and since 1998 we’ve been bringing you closer to the greatest cars in the world, building the respect of the industry and the trust of an ever-expanding audience.
evo is a global automotive performance and luxury media brand produced by the finest writers and most talented automotive photographers in the world.
Placing our audience behind the wheel of the greatest driver’s cars past and present, evo takes you on the most remarkable journeys. Whether it’s a first cross-continent assessment of the latest supercar, a reflective acquaintance with an evo icon or a track test of a Le Mans winning race car, we put our audience at the heart of the action with our words, photography and films, across all our print and digital platforms.
evo instantly carved a niche in the hotly-contested automotive marketplace when it launched in 1998. With an expert team creating distinctive and exciting content – successfully satisfying the needs of enthusiasts, opinion formers and decision makers.
The brand’s success is built on engaging, in-depth editorial, award-winning photography and film-quality video. evo redefined what a high-quality, automotive brand should be and still sets that standard to this day.
evo is a true cross-platform, automotive media brand, leveraging print, digital, video, social media and events. Its audience and community has grown and evolved with the brand itself – it’s hard to separate evo from the engaged and dedicated following it has developed down the years.
Car reviews are the cornerstone of the evo brand. The verdicts of our expert road testers are trusted by readers and respected by the global automotive industry because of the experience, rigour and skill that underpin every one of them.
The evo reputation is built on not pulling any punches. Our readers want the greatest driving experiences available and we point them to the cars that can deliver. This connection with performance car owners around the world means automotive manufacturers listen to evo, too.
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Meet the team
Stuart Gallagher, Editor-in-Chief
A founding member of the evo team, Stuart returned in 2014 as managing editor before taking the editor's chair in 2017. Since then he has developed the brand across all platforms and been instrumental in its commercial success.
James Taylor, Deputy Editor
James joined evo in 2023 from CAR magazine. An award-winning writer and British motor racing champion, James is a rising star within evo’s editorial team and follows in the tyre tracks of former great evo staffers.
Jethro Bovingdon, contributing editor
Joining evo as staff writer, Jethro quickly became the brand’s deputy editor before embarking on a successful freelance career presenting for Eurosport and Top Gear America, while also presenting for evo’s YouTube channel.
John Barker, contributing editor
John enjoyed success at Motor, Performance Car and CAR before founding evo with Richard Meaden. Revered within the industry, John also had a stint working for Jaguar Land Rover as part of the F-Type development team.
Richard Meaden, contributing editor
evo was Richard’s brainchild, working with John Barker and Harry Metcalfe to launch the magazine in 1998. A former staffer at WhatCar, Car Week and Performance Car and current contributor to 000, over the last 25 years he retains the passion for the brand he created and is one of the most respected journalists in the industry.
Henry Catchpole, contributing editor
From cutting his teeth writing news stories to developing and growing evo's YouTube channel, Henry continues to produce his treasured stories for evo entertaining the readership with his brilliant writing. Henry is also a contributor to Hagerty’s film channel.
Other evo contributors
And, of course we could not forget the host of other esteemed names that contribute to evo. There’s Peter Tomalin, evo’s first sub-editor and a former evo editor, who still contributors his fine prose today, Richard Porter, evo's longest serving columnist, and Adam Towler a former evo Deputy Editor who has presented some of evo's most-watched YouTube films.
Ian Eveleigh, managing editor
‘Ev’ is responsible for maintaining evo’s brand values across every platform. His meticulous attention to detail and huge experience with the brand keep standards high and ensure there’s a magazine on the shelves every month.
Richard Browne, art editor
Richard is the man behind evo's outstanding layouts and design. His beautiful magazine pages are a bit part of what separates evo from other car magazines.
Aston Parrott, staff photographer
Aston delivers evo’s groundbreaking photography. His unique eye for a picture and understanding of the car photographer’s craft informs the look and feel of all evo content across its platforms.
Sam Jenkins, staff writer
Sam plays a crucial role in the content you read on the evo website. Writing news and features, publishing contributions from the wider team and overseeing the output of evo’s social media channels, he’s the engine room of evo digital operation.
Yousuf Ashraf, staff writer
Yousuf works closely with Sam on the evo website while also contributing regularly to the print magazine. He’s constantly on top of the latest news stories that matter and keeps evo’s online review database up to date.
Steve Walker, group website editor
Steve oversees the content strategy of evo’s website and digital platforms, working with Sam and Yousuf to grow traffic with high quality, engaging and up-to-date stories that resonate with the evo audiences.
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