My name is Kevin and I try to find all the cool things you can do on four wheels. Sometimes I'm spending my weekends driving in the mountains, wrenching on cars or hitting the track. I live and breathe cars and I love the people I meet through the hobby so say hey if you've got the time!

As I got to the age where I was going to be legally allowed to drive, I started really getting hooked on the car thing. My dad introduced me to the ins-and-outs of cars and we wrenched on a few projects here and there. By the time I got to college I broke away and spent my time at car meets as often as I could. Without an interesting car at the time I brought my camera around and started taking photos. I picked up automotive photography fairly seriously for awhile and it's still a strong interest of mine. Check out the photography page to see a little bit of my work.

About four years ago, I picked up a 1993 Mazda Miata with the intention of doing trackdays. What seemed to be a smart, cheap option has become an obsession. I've recently picked up my 4th miata (3 currently in my possession) and have been tracking as often as I can.

I've been around the country in my miata over 8,600 miles at once! I've tracked the car over 30 times and at 9 different tracks across the country. I now instruct high performance driving with various organizations and continue as a student to be a better driver everyday! I've done drift events, autocross, gymkhana, skidpad and even wheel to wheel racing, but I'm always looking to try something new!

I picked up software development as a hobby at a young age and started really putting it to work in college. I now work for a tech company that supports photographers located in Atlanta called ShootProof and have been apart of various tech companies and startups over the past 7-8 years including VinWiki which has blossomed into a popular YouTube channel in addition to its web and mobile app platforms.

I've got a lot coming up and I hope you'll follow along and buckle up because it's going to be a wild ride!


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