Take a ride. Entertain your passion. Drive tastefully.
Founder / Petrolista in Chief
Role at Petrolicious: Everything that needs to be done: develop the business, strategize on what's next for Petrolicious, work with our software development team to enhance the site, photograph cars, and occasionally write an article.
Daily driver: An Alfa Romeo, but which Alfa Romeo depends on the day. It could be a '74 GTV, a '69 Berlina, a '56 Giulietta Spider, or maybe something else.
Favorite road: Driving the B-roads in Tuscany wasn't too shabby.
Dream car: An Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale.
Executive Creative Director
Role at Petrolicious: I lead the creative development of the brand and try to keep our content and visuals in line with the aesthetic we want for the site, keep everyone focused on Petrolicious’ production goals and deadlines, and look for new, talented contributors.
Daily driver: Every day a different vintage Alfa Romeo with the same chauffeur (Afshin, my husband, as I don't drive).
Favorite road: Traveling up the Pacific Coast Highway to Big Sur.
Dream car: If I had a drivers license, I would probably ride a motorcycle: an Aermacchi race engine in a Rickman Metisse frame.
Vice President, Business Development
Role at Petrolicious: As the head of Business Development for the company my primary role is helping foster new connections between our creative advertising partners and our passionate audience of Petrolisti.
Daily Driver: An all-black Mustang GT with a V8, manual transmission and Magnaflows.
Favorite road: Highway 75 over Galena Summit just north of Sun Valley, Idaho. Curves, views and elevation.
Dream car: The 911 by Singer Automotive
Role at Petrolicious: Writer, spelling and grammar checker, shooter, and photo editor. I also curate content and ensure that all of our stories and photos are exciting, compelling, and fun!
Daily Driver: 1992 Acura NSX, no power steering. Drive one, you'll understand.
Favorite road: Tuna Canyon Rd. from Topanga Canyon down to the Pacific Coast Highway. It's a one-way and you'd better make sure your brakes work before you point your car south.
Dream car: A Lamborghini Countach LP400 'Periscopo'
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