I’ve been writing about cars, music, and things I’ve felt passionately about for as far back as I can remember.
I’m currently working in Silicon Valley as a hardware Engineer, a job which is pretty awesome most of the time but not always a great outlet for my creative energy. After a long time of wishing I could write recreationally more often I decided to finally carve out my own little slice of the internet and start this blog back in 2009, and in 2015 I started the Bomb City Podcast.
Some of you might have met me on the road vending, as my wife and I used to set up a booth at shows with our old shop Charlotte’s Web. Vending gave me an awesome backstage pass to the world, and allowed me to meet a ton of interesting people that make this world of cars go round, and my goal with the beginning of this silly blog project has been to share some of the really cool stuff we’d get to see with the everyone. I started this blog back in 2009 on Blogger, then eventually I migrated it to wordpress, and eventually I got fancy enough to self-host at the site you’re now seeing.
These days I’m driving my chopped 56 Chevy, which is still very much a project but has evolved a lot since I bought it as a rusted out four-door post when I was 16.
I’m also puttering around on my 1963 Econoline, which hopefully someday will be the reliable wild street driven custom I’d always dreamed of.
As always, and with all sincerity- thank you for reading and listening. I never write anything for this expecting it to find a huge audience, I’d always written hoping that whatever I put out there would connect with at least one similar mind. If that’s you, thank you.