When I was offered to sit in the driver's seat, I was stunned. It was my sixteenth birthday, and my grandfather asked if I wanted to take his 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Shelby out for a ride. I was shocked.
My whole life up to that point, my grandfather had kept the car away from my grimey hands. "Stop touching her," he would yell at me from across the garage. But not this day. This day was special because I was officially a man. I was ready to feel what real power was behind the Fastback, and I wasn't disappointed for one second of this special moment.
This is what my grandfather's car looks like, except it's blue
Mustang Fastback Shelby's have the two stripes down the center
“"Stop touching her," he would yell at me from the garage.”
This is another vintage find that everyone loves
You really need to have control in order to drive these old cars
Chevy's are another car my grandfather worked on when I was younger
I'd never experienced modeling like this before. The sets were elaborate and full of all things vintage. On my first shoot I had this hair/wardrobe stylist that dressed in full vintage garb. Her hair was amazing.
My father loves old cars. It was inevitable I would too. Every year we visit the Motor City Auto Show in Detroit, MI. This year is special as me and dad's favorite car, the 1968 Camaro is on display for the first time in five decades.
I finally got around to visiting fabulous Cuba. My wife is a photographer and she mostly shoots film. She must have gone through 6 or seven rolls in a week! Cuba has the distinct feeling of being stuck in time.
It wasn't more than 10 shorts years ago foreign cars were only a dream to the people of India. Luxury car brands were mostly seen in film and television commercials. Seeing one of these vehicles was unreal.