The former U.S. Navy SEAL is not only a driver for Skullcandy Team Nissan, he jumps out of perfectly good air planes, rides motorcycles, snowboards, scuba dives and is an actor, appearing in such projects as "Transformers", "Iron Man" and various television shows.
He's the owner of Shadow Works Group which consists of an extreme sports clothing line, media house and an action sports branch. His various business endeavors help support many military charities.
Raised in the mid-west, Reeves joined the military two months after graduating college to fulfill his dream of becoming a Navy SEAL. After earning his commission as a Navy Officer, he reported to BUD/s (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL) in Coronado, California. Reeves was deployed overseas on numerous missions before returning to the States where his new orders placed him as Officer in Charge of the Navy Parachute Team "Leap Frogs".
Reeves' first professional race was at Laguna Seca in 2012.
Alex has been a lifelong cinemaniac since seeing Charlie Chaplin's City Lights at the age of five. Following graduation from The University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television, Alex had six screenplays produced as major motion pictures, the last of which, "My Brother's War", won the Best Feature prize at the first annual Hollywood Film Festival in 1998. Alex served as Editor-In-Chief of Venice Magazine, Los Angeles' premiere arts and entertainment publication, from 2000-2007. Since joining Venice in 1996, Alex has interviewed, and written profiles of, more than 300 filmmakers, actors, musicians, and artists. Alex has had additional articles published in Esquire, Academy Magazine, DGA Magazine, Art & Living, P3 Production Update and Latin Style magazines.
Alex received his Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) degree in Producing from the American Film Institute. His thesis film which he wrote and produced, "Auteur," won three awards and competed in over 20 international film festivals.
In 2010, Alex was awarded the 1st Place Maverick Award at the 20th annual Cinequest Film Festival for his screenplay "Baron of Havana," which was chosen from over 900 entries, and ten finalists.
Since 2007, Alex has served as Co-Editor of The Hollywood Interview.com with Terry Keefe, and has several film projects in pre-production under his Wanderer Productions banner.
Terry is the writer for SUPERNOVAS comic series and Co-Editor of The Hollywood Interview. He has produced a series of shorts viewed over 12 million times on YouTube. Terry co-wrote and directed a feature called Slaves of Hollywood.
Terry, and filmmaker Michael Wechler, have two hit web series, The Last Date and Celebrity Home Movies in production with over 20 million viewers so far under their production company Primitive Pictures. There next project is their second feature The Red Robin.
Justin is a screenwriter who specializes in character driven, believable dialogue. He is an obsessed storyteller with a goofy sense of random humor, who loves spending his summers watching just about ever blockbuster that hits the big screen.
A working professional himself for many years, Justin has worked on a plethora of projects involving just about everyone in the business.