Adam Tolle | Fan-Mail
"The guy's an outstanding Automotive Photographer. He's kind and will help anyone out no matter what it is! He actually helped me allot and created my (awesome) logo. His photo stream ROCKS!"
Diego Perri | Fan-Mail
"From his portraits and landscapes, to his incredible automotive photos, Gil's skills behind the camera and his editing never fail to amaze me. He always has nothing but positive comments for everyone, and this is why I am very happy to count him as one of my contacts and friends."
Ross Ratajczyk | Fan-Mail
"Its hard to constructively criticize your work, and its hard to write about due to the frequency of fresh, new produce. Any stream that can carry a lengthy pinnacle such as yours, is legit. I've enjoyed Folk's stream, daily. Archival work is also easy to click through and re-enjoy; daily."
Byron Andrews | 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS
"I have had a great experience working with Gil and being involved in several of his photo shoots. The process is a laid back and easy approach where any of your ideas for a shoot are welcome; do not be afraid to throw some of your ideas out as Gil is glad to accept your ideas for your photo shoot. Its been a pleasure being involved and the end quality of his work is always outstanding."
Adam Cook | EuroSunday
"Gil has taken pictures for EuroSunday during the 2010 season. His work shows a very unique talent for the artistic and dramatic. We love his work of capturing the cars as well as the people that attend the Reno events. We look forward to a continued relationship with him over the years as part of the EuroSunday Reno events."
Jim Nunan | 1997 Ferrari 355 GTB
"I first met Gil in the back of a pick-up truck heading down to the start line of the 39th Annual Virginia City Hill Climb. After chatting with him, I quickly realized that this kid was going places. His passion for capturing Ferrari’s kicking ass and taking names was undeniable. Upon returning my horse to her stable, I was ecstatic to find Gil’s painstakingly edited photos in my inbox. We struck a deal, he burned me a CD, and the rest, as they say, is photographic history."