Life in the fast lane
Alain fell in love with cars at a very young age. Growing up in Jamaica, his home was located along the main road. For fun, he and his cousins would try to race the vehicles as they passed by either by running or riding their bicycles as fast as possible. As you can probably guess, they would always end up on the losing end.
As he got older he spent summers at his grandparents’ home in Kingston where he hung out at friend's family’s mechanic shop. This is where his love for automotive technology first began.
When he moved to the United States in 2008 his mother asked him what kind of work he wanted to do when he graduated from school. He told her he wanted to work on cars, so she decided to enroll him in Automotive High School in Brooklyn, New York. He continued his automotive education at Penn College.