Volunteer Gregg Kerber’s talk will focus on the birth of the muscle car in 1964, the “glory days” from 1967 to 1970, and their lasting impact on car culture.
Pacific Northwest native Gregg Kerber’s love of cars goes back to his preteen days. While studying at Portland State University, he became interested in photography and studied civil engineering, eventually earning his Masters in Structural Engineering. After a 25-year career with Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Gregg is now a professional photographer teaching classes and leading landscape workshops throughout the Northwest. He is also a master at capturing and preserving automotive history through his art.