Before I start with the HIN coverage, allow me to kindly introduce myself… Yes, I am the ‘new guy’, Paul.
Since around 2009, I have been following the Mayday Garage blog for some cool car photos and event coverage. I would like to say that the Mayday guys were one of the reasons why I started to take photos of cars. Of course, there was the innate love for anything automotive, too. What they were doing with their cameras and cars was something that I also wanted to do. I wanted it so bad, that a friend and I were supposed to start something similar. Good thing that plan never materialized, or else I wouldn’t even be here, sharing with you guys.
It is an honor for me to be a part of Mayday Garage. From what I have gathered, nobody even knew, other than Danh, that I was going to be a new member of the team… which leads me to question the authenticity of the “membership.” Kidding aside, they are cool dudes. I have met Mayday Mikey and JohnP over at the Rice Box Truck for Ricer Wednesday, and have yet to meet the rest of the crew.
This, definitely, sounds exciting. Let’s see where this leads. I’m sure it will be a fruitful teamwork.
Now, on to HIN.
This year’s HIN was bigger and hotter. No, I’m not talking about the models, but rather the whole event… bigger attendance, and hotter cars… and models. The crop of cars this year has improved, quality-wise.
So, I had great fun snapping away at HIN… can’t wait for the next one to come, since the event will only grow bigger and better with the support of all local car enthusiasts.
I hope you guys enjoyed the coverage, and my first post here on Mayday Garage. Glad to be on board.
Photo’s were taken exclusively by myself and Ervin Llanera.