My good friend Chris Beardon happens to have one of the hardest G35’s rolling around stateside right now. He recently stepped up his game with a new set of T1S’s, and decided photoshoots are sooo 2010.
Here is a video feature on his G35 stompin’ my backyard of Dallas, Texas. Make sure to be sitting down before pressing play:
Chris Beardon’s Wide Body G35c from Brian Moore on Vimeo.
Thankfully for car enthusiasts across the UK, the depressing British winter is starting to make the transition in to the depressing British spring. This means we can start to bring our projects out of winter-mode, and meet up in car parks to take photos and chat, without fear of contracting pneumonia.
Ashamedly not spending enough time in the regional UK section of the Stanceworks forum, I first heard about this meet through word of mouth.
What does the “Pursuit of happiness” really mean? Beyond it being a unalienable right, some say it’s the ability to simply have a job, provide for a family and enjoy a baseball game on a Sunday afternoon. Others work to position themselves in a career that makes them happy, pursuing their hobbies and passions. The real question is why can’t you do both?
Enter, stage left, Adam Woodhams.
I’m currently sitting in seat 20E, on a plane bound for LA, yet again. 30,000 feet in the air seems to be where I do my best reflecting, and for this particular flight my brain has chosen to take a trip down memory lane and reminisce on my last trip out to California. This last trip was unforgettable to say the least, and was filled with some of the best experiences I have had to date as part of StanceWorks.
This is AWOL’s look at Brian Henderson’s B8 A4 Avant, and per usual, it does not disappoint. I was fortunate to accompany Brian, JJ and Steven on the filming, and the location could not have been better. Turns out, the concluding scene of the original Fast and the Furious was shot a rocks throw from where the Avant was positioned. To say I felt like a “kid in a candy store,” is putting it mildly.