Born and raised in the Shop, I have always had a passion for anything with wheels. My family is really close, and I learned so much from my family. They taught me to be punctual, hardworking, honest and helpful. My Mom has always been there for me, cheering me on.
I have so many projects going on right now its hard to choose favorites. My last year of high school, I converted a Toyota motorhome into a flat bed truck. I'm also working on a 98 4 Runner solid axle conversion. The most sentimental project that I'm working on right now is a 1978 Honda Civic, which is really sentimental to me as its been in my family since my Dad was 18. Last but not least, I'm also building a 59 Moriss Miner gasser.
I have been working in the shop with my Dad and Grandpa since before I can remember. I actually learned how to write my name with a welder when I was 6. Ever since then I’ve always wanted to be a mechanic.
On any given weekend you can find me wheeling, camping, dirt biking and working on my trucks and hanging out with my family and friends.
While I’m just trying to get through my level 2 of my metal fabrication apprenticeship, I have dreams of going to SEMA and maybe meeting Joe Martin from Iron Resurrection.