One Wood Piece At A Time
Woodworking has always been a passion of mine for many years. A few years back, a friend of mine knew I made things for myself and wanted a bookcase. So, next thing you know, I delivered it and a dazed look ensued. I didn't know if it was hated, liked or anything. The look turned out to be one of great suprise. Followed by "you should be making these things for others".
I was introduced to woodturning several years ago by Corey Anderson. I moved to Connecticutfrom Maine and have picked up woodturning and learning and creating objects on a daily basis. Seeing and meeting people at the Symposium in Hartford, I decided my own lathe was in the future. Since then, woodworking has taken a backseat to woodturning.
Having the support of the people around you is just an incredible feeling to help make anyone's dream a reality. Although new to woodturning, having woodworking skills and being able to build my own homes I have lived in has proven very helpful in the learning process. I look forward to years of growth in this endeavor.