"I don't think about it at all, the me, me, me aspect of YouTube and the YouTubers who think of themselves at celebrities," he told Flying. "It definitely happens all the time when we're traveling at any airport, but to have it happen in real life at any old place is super weird. At places like Oshkosh, it's like turning on the rock star switch. I like to engage with people and have conversations about what inspires and motivates them, so that's hard when you have a bunch of people who want to talk to you at the same time. Being asked for autographs is super weird, I'm not comfortable with that. I've signed a lot of logbooks and hats, things like that, at these events. I'm flattered by it, but it's not any part of my motivation. I'm just another pilot who likes to talk about flying. I'm not a professional, I never will be. I'm not comfortable with the idea of being a celebrity."