Hello, my name is Antonio Maciel Hernandez Jr. and I was raised in Steinbeck country. Salinas, Ca. This provided one of the greatest experiences possible to introduce all walks of life. From the diversity of the migrant workers and our agricultural fields to the car culture that molded me, these factors enabled me to appreciate car customization on a whole new level. I grew up seeing car culture from a unique perspective. An American classic was a Hot Rod, a Low rider, and a pristine museum show piece all from the same chassis. My awareness of these opportunities arose from an inherent interest in Pebble beach, Laguna Seca, and Roy’s Burger restaurant, reminiscent of a 50’s dinner full of neon and chrome. As I progress in life and continue my professional career I hope to gain as much experience as our field is diverse.
Music is the ultimate form of inspiration and expression. A muse that you can interact with spiritually, emotionally, physically, mentally, and culturally.
I like to live by a unique sense of philosophy spoken by American entrepreneur Jim Rohn, "There are two ways to have the tallest building in town. One is to tear everyone elses building down, and the other is to build your building taller.”
My curiosity is indefinite.