Jason Lubken is a Midwest based writer and photographer born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. Early on, he got his hands dirty working as a technician for both Ford and Chevy dealerships. Later, after receiving his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Nebraska, he jumped into the world of automotive storytelling. Along the way, he’s met some great friends, which in-turn became the ultimate mentors; like Damon Lee from the Good Guys Gazette, a godfather of composition and storytelling, and Nick Licata, a true light beacon, trustworthy, tried and true. Whether it’s turning a wrench or shooting his next feature it seems he has always surrounded himself in everything automotive. He would tell you the people are just as important as the machines they are building. Today, he freelances under the name JRL Digital and works as a full-time multimedia strategist at the Museum of American Speed.