My whole life I’ve been fascinated with cars, how they work, how they’re made, how to make them go faster, the culture around them, and more. Long before being able to legally drive, I spent hours fixing and maintaining vehicles, an activity I still enjoy today.
While I was in my undergraduate English program I wrote a 60-page paper on car culture, covering everything from old hot rods and muscle cars all the way to Japanese imports. The paper blew my professor away, not only for the length (10 pages was the requirement), but also the depth and breadth of my research. I opened up a world few in academia fully understand and one my professor barely knew existed. That paper is still stored in the library’s special collections today.
I’ve never really stopped writing about cars. My work has been featured on many automotive websites and blogs, including Autoblog, Motorious, Yahoo Autos, MSN Autos, Insider Car News, and Wheel Scene.
That’s not even close to the extent of my work. In my career I’ve worked with countless car dealerships around the world, aftermarket parts manufacturers/stores, technology firms, and other automotive-related companies. With each business I’ve labored tirelessly to help realize their maximum potential. I take great pride in my work and exceeding expectations.
I know cars, the technology, culture, and industry well, which means I can get started on projects immediately without having to learn on the job. That experience also means I avoid costly inaccuracies.
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