It’s been a while, hasn’t it?
While there haven’t been any posts for quite some time now, it doesn’t mean we haven’t been working on moving forward, working on our goals and dreams. On the contrary.
The more time passes, the older we become, things change and priorities may shift, but it hasn’t changed our passion for the cars and culture behind them.
Let me give you a swift rundown of what we’ve been up to, and what our continued commitment to the FOM name means for the blog and our social media presence going forward.
Matt already told you about our FOM performance endeavour and he is working tirelessly on making our ideas come to life – and it’s amazing to create something we can identify with.
I’m here to tell you about our Farmofminds blog though, we’re still here and are not going to abandon it.
Late last year I left the gaming company I’ve been working at for over a decade to be a student again and free up time for things like continuing to work on my R34, looking at options for expanding our company, build a house eventually for me and my wife, as well as an extended stay in Japan.
And that’s exactly what’s gonna happen on here: We’re gonna utilize this blog to take you with us on our personal photo and story journey in the coming years. Be it building everything we’re working towards, display our final products on cars but also get back to showcasing some of the most exciting and inspiring cars of JDM culture and everything that goes with it.
Unfortunately not everything has been going according to plan, the world is in the middle of tough times and that meant I wasn’t able to go for my extended stay in Japan
However, I did finally start that YouTube channel Matt mentioned in the previous post. I made that channel to improve my content creation and videography skills and this blog will go alongside that channel with our written stories and photography. Photography is our passion and a huge part of who we are and we’re not about to change that.
As you may have noticed from the photos, I’ve been working on my R34 to make it a special one. Below I’ll post the first couple of videos I’ve made and I’d love for you to watch them and give me feedback on things I can improve. I have multiple videos in the pipeline and I already feel improving which is exactly what I was hoping for. That doesn’t mean I am anywhere near I wanna be so please let me know what I can do!
If you want to support the YT channel please be sure to subscribe and look forward to more content to come, as I’m now fully committed to making it work!
And again, if you want to work with us on building your dream set of wheels for your next build, make sure to contact Matt or myself, and we’ll work it out.
In the meantime, be safe, talk soon!