Our Team

A successful 12 year career in automotive retail sales, combined with 20 years as a journalist allows Jeff to see things with an eye towards what buyers and automotive enthusiasts expect.

Steven Bochenek (pronounced b-KEN-uk, not how you thought) has written professionally since 1989, although the first 15 years of his career were spent in marketing agencies.

For the past five years, Will has since quit his day job and writes about cars for a living. Still a freelancer based in Montreal, he currently collaborates to a variety of Canadian and American media outlets, both in English and in French.

At the tender age of 9 years old, Kevin learned to drive a manual transmission car, on a hillside, in a rickety Fiat. And while the manual transmissions may be fading, his love of the automobile has not.

Noah Joseph is the editor of IsraelAutoTech.com, former editor-in-chief of CarBuzz, and a longtime foreign correspondent for Autoblog.

Stephanie Wallcraft is a multiple award-winning automotive journalist and is the President of the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada. She was raised by an auto worker and spent her childhood honing her affinity for all things fast on four wheels in the grandstands at the Molson Indy.

Lisa runs an event management company, Odyssey International Limited, which takes her on motoring adventures across the continent and provides fodder for her stories.

Emily lives in eastern Ontario and when she's not at the wheel or writing, she spends her free time skiing, cycling, running, kayaking and tending to her ever-expanding vegetable garden.

Peter Bleakney has been a car nut for as long as he can remember. Peter has won the Wakefield Castrol Award for Journalism in vehicle testing and two Pirelli Photography awards.

From building his own Triumph cafe racer to seeking out adventures near and far, Matt is always looking to test the limits of his riding abilities on all sorts of terrain.

Years of magazine reading, movie watching (Gone in 60 Seconds ftw!) and Hot Wheels collecting has given Vancouver, BC native Dan Heyman what some would say is an unhealthy obsession with all things motorcar. His dream drive? A 1971 Porsche 917K racer on Circuit de La Sarthe in Le Mans, France. He’s especially passionate about his photography, having won the published photo of the year award from the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) where he serves on the board of directors.

Whether it’s wheeling a Land Rover across the deserts of western Utah, climbing over the red rocks of Nevada in a Ram Power Wagon, or bidding on collector cars at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Arizona, Matthew is never far from something with four wheels and an engine.

Driving and crewing for race teams at the drag strip, the stock car track and road race courses helps fuel Jim's enthusiasm but the real joy is experiencing our vast country on road trips around North America.

Winner of multiple awards, including twice as Canadian Automotive Journalist of the Year and the recipient of the 2015 Gold Medallion and Best in Newspapers award from the International Automotive Media Competition, Taylor's passion is everything automotive.

A long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away called Quebec, a girl was born, destined to love Mustangs, ride motorcycles and master the Force.

Miranda packs a serious drive, and a fair amount of ambitious horsepower, beneath her bespectacled grille.

Harry Pegg has spent most of the last 50 years as a writer, editor and sometime designer at newspapers in Prince Albert, Red Deer and Calgary.