My automotive passion initially started when I was 8 years old. At that time my father took in trade a 1930 BMW 3/15 DA2 as a partial commission in a deal. The tiny car was previously owned by the founder of Domino’s Pizza, and my father thought it would be cute to give it to his children. With lots of help from my dad, we restored the car, which subsequently sparked my lifelong love for cars. In 2003, at the impressionable age of 11, my 1930 BMW and I were accepted into the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. With me behind the wheel it crossed the podium to take third in class, and I became the youngest person to drive across the Pebble Beach Concours podium. That helped to solidify a motoring passion that has never left me.
Because of my lifelong love for cars, I found myself joining the family business as Sales Manager at Ferraris Online. I often find myself behind the wheel of a wide variety of cars, from modern Ferraris that blast past 100mph with ease to a 1912 right hand drive Buick that topped out at about 40mph, and everything in between. Besides car sales, I also have a good amount of seat time on the track. My dad first put me in Go Karts at about 4 years old, in the kind of Kart he could walk next to as I putt down the road. Eventually I graduated to shifter Karts then legend cars at the age of 14. I could not imagine a career I love more, dealing with the most amazing vehicles and meeting some of the most wonderful people I am blessed to call clients.