While it’d be nice to say most of our job here at StanceWorks revolves around time spent behind the camera and underneath cars, the reality of it is that a majority of it takes place right here, behind the desk. Between the photo editing and writing, as well as design work and website management, Andrew and I find that a decent portion of our work is introspective, focused on the job at hand, and the content we create.
These days, Adam Woodhams has earned quite the reputation. Taking a look back, it’s possible to see his growth as a builder right here on the pages of StanceWorks, starting with his Audi A8 in 2011. Then there was his ’57 Chevy Pickup in 2012, and following that, there was his gorgeous ’51 Pontiac Chieftain in 2013. In 2015, he finished his latest project, a 1959 Buick LeSabre, but it’s only now that he’s ready to share it in motion. Stay tuned for the full feature.
For many of us, finding a car is a pivotal moment in any build. For us, it represents a turn from dreams to reality, and represents a culmination of ideas coming to fruition in its earliest stages. There’s always a long road ahead in seeing a build to completion, but it’s a special moment of commencement for any enthusiast. Some folks, like Lawrence Lee on the other hand, are simply born into it.
If you’ve been freezing through long winter nights in the garage, wrenching away in anticipation of warm spring drives, we have you covered. We’re excited to unveil the latest StanceWorks outerwear, the Pentagon Crewneck and the Collective Hoodie.
For five years now, a tradition has continued: a post that looks back on the year that has passed, highlighting the best imagery captured over the last twelve months. It’s an opportunity for Andrew and I to share our highlights, talents, and memories too… and this year is no exception. This time, however, I’ve decided on a different approach.