Eric Geisert, a self-taught journalist and photographer who lives in Southern California, worked for 3 years at VW Trends magazine before joining STREET RODDER magazine in 1991. In 2002 he was named one of The 50 Who Made A Difference at the 50th Detroit Autorama and, in 2004, was named editor of Kit Car magazine, a 30-year-old title. By 2006 a move back to STREET RODDER came with a Senior Editor position and, in 2007, Eric was inducted into the Circle of Champions, the Detroit Autorama's Hall of Fame.
In 2013, at 52 years old, Eric became a freelance writer and photographer supplying articles to publications around the world, which allows him time to work on his collection of 12 or so cars that includes a ’34 five-window Ford coupe, a '32 Ford roadster, a reproduction '59 Lotus 11, a 356 Porsche speedster, a '55 Chevy 210, and a '59 Karmann Ghia. Over his career, Eric's photographic images have graced more than 300 magazine covers and he’s written literally thousands of automotive-related articles.