Creative Author, Poet, & Self-Publishing Writer


In 2013, VehicleDigest was an Instagram account where I posted pretty pictures of cars on, then hash-tagged for followers and likes. Without purpose, I was infatuated by vehicles and airplanes. So in 2014, I blogged about creating a world passionate for experiencing a vehicle’s essence. Expressing this daily through elegance and wit, I share with readers the beauty of our nature which became the VEHICLE of my journey.

What you read is how I DIGEST it.


I’m a Creative Author, Self-publishing Writer, Poet, and Freelancer born and raised in Portland, Oregon—encouraging readers to pursue their biggest dreams and passions.

Since the age of six, I’ve journaled to express frustrations with self-doubt and worldly acceptance. After overcoming years of a silent battle with depression, emotional suicide, and lacking purpose, I’m writing to showcase a muse discovered through childhood.

Though anxiety persists, I run to invoke creativity, box for bodily meditation, and play my saxophone to sharpen this keen ear for sound.

I used to believe it made me different.

But after accepting my raw style of writing and creativity, I went away with pursuing traditional avenues of publishing because we’re only a world of words, limited by people’s perceptions.

So, here I am—without editors, proofreaders, or a second opinion.

I just write.


Diving into uncharted waters, or deep breaths within, brings me to a world of untouched emotions. I’m not the best swimmer, but the vehicle driving me into the depths of a sea within is something like a phenomenon. Everyday I dive deeper into my ocean, myself, and discover a sea of colors I first saw through anxiety attacks as a young adult.

Those colors are the fears I face today. And I write them to you, a reader, who also has a deep ocean of unexplored waters. My vehicle for now is meditation. Next, it could be you, your world, but only time will tell.

Read The Faces of Budd

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Budd writes to encourage readers to explore the depths of their inner ocean, an unexplored self, because it's fun once you get through the emotional part... "The words we speak become our vehicle; what you read is how I digest them.” -Budd

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