Isaiah Erickson creates Instagram account stilly.media

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Junior Isaiah Erickson at a car show, filming a new video for his Youtube account Stilly Media. Making sure to get all the cool angles.

Junior Isaiah Erickson created an Instagram account about cars, car shows and car meets. He attends the meets and makes video montages on the cars at the events. He made this account a couple of years ago because of another Instagram account he saw that had such “professional videos,” Isaiah became “obsessed” with that idea and started his own. 

Isaiah visits car shows to see many cool looking cars one would not normally see. While there, he created content he shares with his Instagram followers and his Youtube subscribers. He shows pictures of the cars and what they look like on the inside, and he posts videos of car noises, detail and speed all for his Youtube channel. 

Isaiah said one of his favorite things about being a part of the car community is that it is such a diverse and welcoming community to all. 

In May of 2020, they made their own event called, “Cars and Quarantine” which was a success. After many car owners showed up with their cars Isaiah said, “The next car and quarantine will be one you’ll never forget.”  

In one of Isaiah’s Instagram captions he thanks everyone and said, “Being a car guy in a high school hosting your own event with amazing cars is a dream come true.” 

As Isaiah comes across a unique looking car, he takes a few pictures of it and posts it on his account. Although he has quite a few pictures, some of his friends help him out. One being junior Trent Tillet, he has the same eye when it comes to cool looking cars. When he spots one he takes a picture and Isaiah posts it but makes sure to leave the credit. 

We want our followers and subscribers to learn no matter what car they drive, who they are, where they came from, we all are here for cars. There’s so much controversy in the car community and we are trying to make it all one big family, we call it unity.”

— Isaiah Erickson

“We have I believe over 9 people all contributing. It’s a cool thing to see people from all different backgrounds and ideas come together,” Tillet said. 

With most of the meets they go to, they create videos to be posted. One of his most recent, getting the most attention with hundreds of views. In these videos he makes sure to add all his favorite cars from the meets and really highlight them, giving the spotlight to a new car every clip. 

Their goal is to hit 2 million viewers/subscribers on Youtube. When they start getting close, Isaiah wants to release merchandise and start a few car meets. 

On his Instagram, which was his first social media account for cars, he has hundreds of followers and posts more frequently. This is where he and a few others post cars they find fascinating and ones they want to show off to the followers. He also uses this platform to inform his followers about future events such as his “cars and quarantine event”. 

“We want our followers and subscribers to learn no matter what car they drive, who they are, where they came from, we all are here for cars. There’s so much controversy in the car community and we are trying to make it all one big family, we call it unity,” Isaiah said.