Well, I did it. I set out at the beginning of August to post a photo on Instagram every day for a month, and I successfully achieved that goal. Why did I do this, well you can read that here. Essentially, I did it to see how much discipline and planning doing something as “simple”
The intent of this blog is to a) be a place for me to post “columns” to practice my writing, and b) a place to post photographs as I work at being a better photographer. The ultimate goal for the page is to showcase for my work as I transition from having a “normal” job
Let’s face it, the Auto Show has been dying for a while. Manufacturers who once spent millions on lavish displays and hospitality booths have left even the major market shows for a few years. Some shows altered timing of the event to find better weather and/or less competition (cough, Detroit). Then there was a global
Over the last year or so, I’ve noticed a shift in attitude at some car shows and events, and I like what I see. Doors are opening, literally. Keep Away When I first started going to car shows and even entering my car in them, it was with Corvette clubs in Texas. The cars displayed
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the entire world. Economically, socially, politically, everything is in a state of confusion and, in some cases, fear. The auto manufacturing industry is bleeding hundreds of millions of dollars. People are losing jobs, plants are closed, pending vehicle models are being postponed or canceled outright. On top of that, most
I have a backlog of photos and will be posting new albums to the gallery section, check it out!
Here’s my first-hand experience driving the new Porsche Taycan Turbo Electric Vehicle.
After months of research, internal and external debate, and driving homework, I finally purchased another car.
I first heard of Rivian when I saw their pickup (R1T) and SUV (R1S) at the 2018 LA Auto Show. The stat sheet left me impressed, but skeptical. Electric vehicle companies are known to make pretty outlandish claims (I’m looking at you, Faraday and Lucid). I am wary of a mid-size pickup claiming a 400-mile
Lead photo by GM The Hype The hype over a mid-engine Corvette has been building for decades. With the official debut announced, it is reaching a fever pitch. Chevrolet didn’t have a choice regarding this dramatic move with the Corvette. Anyone who’s driven a C7 hard, specifically the Z06 or ZR-1, knows the current configuration