Yesterday the 2011 LA Auto Show opened to the public at the Los Angeles Convention Center. I checked out the show Thursday which was one of the two days they have set aside only for media. It is a lot easier to see the show without the general public and
This week the annual SEMA show took place in Las Vegas. This is the automotive trade show that many wait all year for to release new products and new builds. This year was no different. There was a lot to see and a lot that debuted at the show. Stephanie
Oryu from 38 Timez Magazine dropped by my house last week and brought me a copy of the latest issue of 38 Timez magazine he produces in Japan. Oryu splits his time between Los Angeles and Japan and not only produces 38 Timez but also the Lost Angels paperback books
I have not attended any events in the past couple of months. Matter of fact, the last event I attended was the Nisei show in Little Tokyo. Stephanie & I have been shooting more car features. Here are some outtakes from those shoots.
Saturday morning I met up with my good friend Eric Valdes to check out the Nisei Showoff in Little Tokyo area of Los Angeles. It has been years since either one of us attended the show so it was good to see it was still going strong. Ken Miyoshi waved
This show was one for the history books. It has been years since a Lowrider show this size was held in Los Angeles so you know many car clubs and individuals worked all year to make this show. A lot of time and money got cars done and there was
The morning started off very cloudy but as soon as we got to the location of the show the sun came out! Once again the Imperials produced a great show! Despite a day and venue change the masses came out to enjoy the day. Great to see and talk to
Stephanie & I were in San Diego on Sunday for LowriderFest at Qualcomm Stadium. We were invited to the show by Emil from IMG who produces the show. The show was filled with a little bit of everything for everyone but the majority of the show was Lowriders. Here are