Journalist Axel spent the first eight years of his life with his maternal grandparents. After his grandparent's death, he moved to Europe, where he became a detective and journalist in the 1950s. During this time, he improved his skills and abilities through reading American literature.
In the 1960's he traveled to Asia, the Caribbean, and some of the islands around it. He believes that he suffers from severe conditions, like nomadism. After traveling around the world and collecting many stories and memories, he started working on three novels and two volumes of memoirs, along with occasional pieces of journalism. During the dictatorship era, he began writing articles about political tension and regimes that jeopardize his work. Many people considered his investigation foolish and his stories inaccurate. But his actions reveal the truth about government scandals that helped with the resignation of one president in 1974.
He learned through all the experiences, "Do not be afraid to speak up." therefore, he has spent the last decade writting about the 21st-century dictortaship, forgotten conflicts and freedom of speech around the world.
The story of wanderlust Axel: Wanderlust Axel was a responsible working-class man who made about 1.25 cents a day working in the factory industry, such as digging ditches. After the struggle to grow enough food and As a household and a progressive spirit, He decided to travel around the USA for a better lifestyle. At the beginning of the Depression era, He bought tickets from Seattle to Boston for him, his wife, and his sons. They slept in Chicago's Union Station, which was where passengers arrived because they didn’t have enough money to pay a room. Axel and his family traveled on a slower train that spent closer to 48 hours to make this trip because of the high cost of the express one from Chicago to Boston. During these experiences, wanderlust Axel learned “Do not be afraid of being consistent" because freedom is the effort of creating our path.
Gutsy Axel Followed in his father's footsteps, becoming the third generation of grape farmers in Oregon. After graduating from Portland State University in 2000, Axel showed his courage and determination in pursuing his passion by caring for the land he inherited. Through these virtues, including the process of caring for his land, encouraged him to believe in the phrase: “Do not be afraid of failure.”
His passion for grapes leads him to become a world-renowned grape breeding expert. No one knows the actual story of how Gutsy Axel goes from single grape seed to a vineyard full of healthy and robust vines for the next generation.
Today Axel is a celebrated winemaker, leading the industry in progressive, sustainable practices; while expanding a solid reputation for innovatively crafting exceptional wines.
Groovy Axel, a year ago, wasn't sure where he goes in life. He was born and raised in South Carolina, where he spent most of his childhood at his mother’s firm attorney, concentrating in criminal defense (State and Federal), real estate, and family/divorce law. He thought that working for the government was his calling since he grew up with, but he noticed that his passion was not this but fashion. He studied psychology and philosophy, but after a semester, he moved to LA, where he wanted to start his fashion line.
In Los Angeles, he mastered the craft and started freelancing in designing new fashion and sending them to other garment manufacturers. In the transition, he discovered clothing and design as a form of self-expression and a way of working through mental health issues.
Upon designing a few samples and exhibiting them at a trade show in LA, He returned to South Carolina, where he wanted to start his business. His clothing line “do not be afraid to break paradigms” has become one of the most requested pieces in some of the countries most high-end boutiques.