We are a husband and wife automotive and imagery design team based near Springfield, Missouri, the birthplace of Route 66. We have 4 children ages 12 thru 21. We are a crazy bunch to be around but we always have a good time.
Our name originates from a connecting rod service that my Great Grandfather and his brother owned and operated in the 1950's. They provided connecting rods for many of the dirt track cars in the mid-west during this era, and were also infamous participants in the Wichita auto racing scene for many years. The Moffitt Brothers #51 car, a 1934 Ford 5 window coupe, could be seen taking the checkered flag on many summer nights in the early 50's.
It was not until 2016 that I decided to combine my nearly 30 years of drafting and design experience, 10 years of architectural 3D modelling and rendering experience, with the custom car and truck scene, to which I have also served nearly three decades. My wife Jessie is a skilled photographer and photo editor. She has a creative approach to photography and imagery and my same eye for detail. We share many loves and this is one of them. She is a key component to our success and I am thankful to have her as my partner.
Our first year was really exciting as our first 4 projects were all featured at SEMA 2016. We have started off strong for 2017 and you will see more of our work at SEMA again this year.
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