About Us

“wayoflife” is a moniker that I’ve been using for 20 years now and I chose it because I think it does a great job of explaining, in simple terms, the passion I have for Jeeps and the Jeep way of life. This is a lifestyle that transcends age, gender and race as the only thing you need to be a part of it is a love for the outdoors, a desire to explore, a yearning to take on a challenge and a will to conquer it. Over the years, Cindy and I have attempted to capture the essence of this lifestyle through photographs and videos and share it with others around the world. And, this is how WAYALIFE was born.

Project-JL was started to document our journey with the all new Jeep JL Wrangler and highlight the lift kits, bumpers, armor and just about every other modification under the sun we will be installing on it. We will also cover all the places it’ll take us both on pavement and out on the trail.

Eddie Oh – Editor/Photographer/Administrator
Cindy Oh – Photographer/Videographer/Administrator

The Heart & Soul
Cindy and I were born and raised in Southern California and, at the time this was written, have been married for over 20 years. Up until recently, we had lived in South Orange County but our love for the outdoors and exploring the byways, backroads and trails across the west has lead us to our new home in Carson City, Nevada.

The Path We Took
If you can believe it, I graduated from SCI-Arc and have a BA degree in architecture. Soon after graduating, I went to work for an architectural firm and lasted there about half a year before calling it quits and, starting up a graphic design office with Cindy. From there, we got involved in the printing industry and for a period of time, had shop located in downtown Long Beach. We eventually sold that business to get more involved in website development and it was only until recently that our love for Jeeps went from being a weekend hobby to becoming our whole way of life.

How We Got Here
When I first met Cindy, we used to explore everywhere we could in her guttless 1.3L 1984 Honda CRX and take black and white photographs. As time progressed, we found ourselves pushing farther and farther into trails we really shouldn’t have been on and, before we knew it, we became Jeep owners. Over the years, we’ve owned and built up a 1981 CJ7, a 2000 TJ Sport, a 1994 2-Door XJ, a 1997 4-Door XJ, a 2007 JK Rubicon Unlimited, a 2009 JK Unlimited X, a 2007 JK Sahara 2-Door, a 2012 JK Rubicon Unlimited, a 1972 J2000 Pick-Up Truck, a 1969 C101 Jeepster Commando, a 1954 Willys CJ3B, a 1974 CJ5 Renegade and more recently, a 2015 BU Renegade Trailhawk.

Other Projects
In addition to Project-JL.com, we’ve been responsible for the creation and development of WAYALIFE.com, Project-JK.com, JK-Forum.com (sold in 2011 to Internet Brands), ToasterJeep.com, JLWrangler.com and 4x4xplor.com.

Copyright Information
The JLWrangler logo which consists of the italic overlapping letter ‘J’ over the italic letter ‘L’ in a simple and clean form is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Serial number: 87,405,342. Registered Nov. 21, 2017 Int. Cl.: 16 Ser. No. 87-405,342

All photos and content on Project-JL is the exclusive property of WAYALIFE, LLC.