Exactly one week later the Los Angeles Convention Center hosted another large scale car show. This time around it was the second annual Torres Empire Los Angeles Super Show. Sam, James, Tim and the rest of the Torres Empire crew once again produced a great event. From Friday’s & Saturday’s
A couple of Saturdays ago was the opening reception for the Cruisin’ Califas Art of Lowriding Exhibition at the Oceanside Museum of Art that Stephanie & I are a part of. We made our way into Oceanside Saturday afternoon and were able to shoot the show before the doors opened
This post is the second half of 2011. I will post highlights from July through December. I won’t post everything but I invite you to view the archives for a complete look at each month. I’d like to thank everyone for checking out the blog and hope you will continue
For the next two post on the site I am going to review 2011 with some of the images that have been posted in previous months here and on my web site. I am going to start at the beginning of the year through June with this post. I won’t
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.
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
Sunday was the VCCA (Vintage Chevrolet Club of America) show at Felix Chevrolet in Los Angeles California. Alonso Guerrero from the VCCA worked hand in hand with the management of the longest operating dealership in Los Angeles to produce this event. They were allotted 200 spaces for the show and