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.
From time to time, we cross the paths of those who have mastered their craft. Jeremy Heslup’s video work is sure to illustrate his talent, and with Matt Hummel’s Porsche 356 as a subject, we’re convinced you won’t want to miss it. From beautiful landscapes to a man truly impassioned by his automobile, sharing work like “Finding Yourself in a Porsche 356” is, in many ways, why StanceWorks exists. So, settle down for the next 23 minutes… they’ll be gone before you know it.
From all of us at StanceWorks, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and happy holidays! Have a safe and fun weekend out there!
It was more than four years ago that I first hit the trail with Geoff; without a truck of my own, I was relegated to the passenger seat while he and Kyle tackled obstacles that were far beyond their trucks’ capabilities. Nevertheless, they made it through, and before long, I found myself wanting a truck of my own.
Over the years, we here at StanceWorks have seemingly heard it all. What motivates us to build our cars? Sometimes its memories of years passed, sometimes its the goal of fulfilling dreams. Sometimes we latch on to an engine or a drivetrain, knowing full well that our next project will be powered by it. Sometimes it’s a particular chassis that calls our name, having fallen in love with its looks, its handling, its presence, or its character as a whole.