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The Story: Man on the Move is the product of a life-long friendship between co-founders Ian Velardi and Stuart Schwartzapfel. The pair developed a funny habit of calling one another every time a cool car or motorcycle drove by to discuss, in intricate detail, how utterly awesome it was. They started Man on the Move in February 2009.


Co-founder: Stuart Schwartzapfel – New York, New York

Man on the Move co-founder/editor Stuart Schwartzapfel flirts with the line between obsessed and clinical when it comes to automotive appreciation. The 30-year-old car freak has served as a marketing strategist for several major automotive brands and cuts his teeth by night as a freelance transportation journalist for the likes of The New York TimesAutoWeek, WIRED, BusinessWeek, Nylon Guys, Intersection and Men’s Fitness. Stuart has driven, drooled over and reviewed everything from 1,000+ HP super cars to 90 HP Smart cars and everything in between. He currently lives and works in NYC and has an overweight tabby cat named Shadow.

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Contributor: Emir Ibrahimpasic – Portland, Oregon

I’ve always liked motion and some of the things that best exemplified that sense for me are certainly cars and motorcycles. I’ve always appreciated light, simple, innovative, elegant, no-nonsense-straight-to-the-point, efficient designs that allowed both room for expansion and evolution. Some examples would be classic air-cooled Porsche 911, Honda S2000 and Lotus Exige among cars and Honda RC30/VFR750R among bikes. Colin Chapman’s credo “simplify and add lightness” describes the things I like best.

 

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Contributor: Aaron Stern – New York, New York
Aaron SternAaron Stern has been a producer, front of house and music/talent booker for some of the biggest fashion events/shows, music festivals and private shows for nearly a decade. His involvement in the music and fashion industries have allowed him access to the most respected names in the business, and six years ago, he decided to document the many memorable experiences he has been privileged to have had.

He has captured incredible images through his preferred method: a medium format and 35mm film.

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