Jeff Decker is a sculptor of motorcycles and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormon Church. Decker's parents were bracket racers, and he grew up in the Southern California car culture of the 1960's. He's a collector of anything fast and well-built. He's also an accomplished mechanic. At one time he worked at a bronze casting foundry. There, he imagined sculpting any contraption mankind has used for speed. His first try was a racing car; he then attempted a speedboat. His third attempt was a motorcycle, and he never advanced to the airplane he was planning. It's been motorcycles ever since. Decker's scuptures are made with the lost wax method.