It’s been a pretty wild year for us in regard to growing our business moving beyond from just media work to expanding our technology branch. Our plan has always been to keep our photography and cinematography as a passion project, and the primary source of marketing.
This would ultimately give us the freedom to pick the shows, vehicles and events we want to attend and keep things fun, which as automotive enthusiast as well I think is a very important aspect of doing what we do, how we have been.
If you follow our work then you already know we are always open to losing some sleep and arriving early to every event possible, which has its perks.
We are from Florida so we try to make the most out of this trip. We like to arrive the Saturday before the show, get our badges, do our sunrise runs and capture all the setup and outdoors, and have the east coast time zone on our side works out for the first few days.
Unfortunately, we couldn’t post many of these pics in order to avoid spoiling any debuts, so our social media was very light initially.
In some cases however we run into a build that has already been posted, so in those cases or in times where we speak to the owner we can publish those before the Tuesday madness. No worries though we were around doing what we do from the Saturday prior to the Tuesday kickoff.
An enormous amount of work goes on between the time we arrive and show day, cars shifted around, nonstop work, so it’s fun to tell that story, and no matter how many times we see it, it’s always impressive how they always finish setting everything up on time no matter how unfinished it may seem a day or two prior.
So we shall keep this brief and let the photos speak for them selves, we had an absolute blast and we loved seeing the progression of what the weekend to show day brung and we hope you enjoy the setup area as much as we did as we continue taking you through the week.