AutoNeurotic Media™

AutoNeurotic Media™is a Dallas, Texas based business established by Jim Muise, Automotive PhotoJournalist.

Jim is the former Automotive Editor and one of the founders of Texas Driver Magazine (TDM), a bi-monthly glossy automotive enthusiast publication that was established in Dallas in 2003. From its inception, TDM’s signature strengths were local content, easy style of editorial and stunning photography.

As TDM’s primary contributor, Jim wrote feature interviews, multiple car reviews, destinations and events/motorsports coverage for each issue.

Jim’s photographs also illustrated his own work and those of other contributors and was featured heavily on the advertising pages. His direct involvement in the magazine also amounted to him hosting events and being the “face” of the publication to advertisers and events across Texas and the United States.

During his four-year tenure with TDM, Jim learned a great deal about what “Car Guys” look for in a publication and even more about what an advertiser expects in return for their ad dollars. The relationship also opened doors to some of the most famous people, desirable cars, and noteworthy events in the automotive world.

TDM is now American Driver Magazine and is published nationally. Jim now freelances for Modified Luxury and Exotic Magazine, Classic Cars (UK), Total 911(UK), Automobile Quarterly (US), has appeared on Speed TV, hosted local radio programming and contributes to some of the top automotive auctions and venues in the world. Jim has also helped Hot Rod Television’s videographers navigate the length of Mexico covering La Carrera Panamericana vintage car race. His expertise in covering that event has garnered praise from the participants around the world.

Below are two links to pdf reprints of feature articles in which Jim proved his skill as an exceptional photographer and a talented writer wit a style all his own.


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