“I’m a car guy. I know how cars are put together, what keeps them running, and why people should care about them. Most writers really can’t say that.”
Cars are more than a passion for me. They’re a way of life.
Over the last three decades, I’ve driven and restored a wide range of vehicles, including sports cars, hot rods, muscle cars, vintage trucks, motorcycles, and more. The plain truth is that I like just about anything with an engine in it.
My journey as an automotive writer began in 1999, as a full-time staff editor for Consumer Guide, one of the largest new-car buying guides at the time. I wrote new-car reviews and edited hardcover automotive-history books, including Corvette: American Legend, Musclecar Chronicle, Cars of 1965, and Chevrolet Stock Car Chronicle.
After that, I became a freelance automotive writer, contributing high-quality content to respected enthusiast publications like Forza, Vintage Motorsport, and Automobile Quarterly.
In 2018, the Society of Automotive Historians honored me with their prestigious Carl Benz Award, an annual award given to recognize the best automotive history article each year.
Along with my automotive journalism work, I write marketing and advertising copy for a wide range of specialized industries, including automotive, aviation, manufacturing, and consumer products.
My skills are the ideal combination of journalism, marketing, and automotive expertise. And throughout it all, I’ve applied the same formula for success: