A man of few words, James generally lets his mechanical skills and videos speak for him. And considering how much experience he’s got with each, they generally say some pretty cool stuff.
After graduating high school, James became a machinist mate on a US Navy submarine. He apparently grew tired of being in a claustrophobic tube under the sea, because he soon went to the other extreme, getting an A&P license and working on airplanes.
Finally, he met these two disciplines in the middle and began road tripping around the country as a mechanic for pro cycling teams. This is where he was introduced to photography and videography, working with the team content creators in his free time.
Once he stopped traveling and settled down in Denver, he continued wrenching on bikes and producing videos whenever he could. So at any given moment, you can probably find him with either a wrench or a DSLR in his hands (unless he’s got his hands full with his blue heeler, Wendy).