The Crew


Julian N. Mucci - I was born in the south of Argentina, into a family of farmers. By the time I was 17 years old, I grew angry and disillusioned at how my country treated its farmers (in time I learned that kicking those who feed us in the teeth, was a commune practice all over the world. Go figure). For reasons I don't remember now (probably bad literature ), I decided that the freedom I was looking for could be found in Africa so I moved there. For the next ten years of my life, I lived, traveled, and worked in South Africa, Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Germany, France, Monaco, Spain, and Portugal. By the time I turned 27 (2001), I grew a brain and came to the United States of America, just in time to witness how the same medieval, dark evil I had encountered in other parts of the world, attacked the very heart of western civilization. I saw two majestic buildings in flames and a group of people rushing in to save others, and they all dyed trying. At that moment, I knew I have found my place in the world because a country that can produce men of that caliber IS the future. I started a yacht maintenance / commercial diving company that is now one of the most established in South Florida. I am proud I can provide full-time employment to other Americans because I have a debt of gratitude to this country that I will never be able to repay.

By the time I turned 40, I decided to do the bravest thing I have ever done; what I like. So I started making knives, building motorcycles, and making coffee. I haven't worked a single day ever since!

Cardiff Babb - After I graduated high school I had a burning sense of adventure so I joined the United states army as an infantryman. After several deployments and a brief stint as a civilian contractor, I decided it was time to get back to the US. I stumbled upon a really good job and after several years of that, I grew very tired of the corporate world and resorted back to my original passion of ranching. I now spend my days running a cattle ranch in southeast Texas and am really enjoying the slower pace of life with some actual time to slow down and enjoy a fine cup of coffee!