Pens are a very common woodworking project, but most are made on a lathe. I don’t have a lathe. Lots of people don’t have lathes. However, you should never let that stop you: Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m writing a book with Jimmy DiResta about his life, his philosophy, and his advice to other Makers. I am super excited about the project and I want to spend as much time as I can on it. However, as it isn’t a paying gig until much later on (when I sell the book to a publisher), I need your help. Continue reading
You probably know that I’ve been writing articles for Make: Magazine since mid-April, but thus far I’ve always been the writer. Today I woke up and found that I was the subject instead. Continue reading
Hello everybody! I was honored to appear on Episode 32 of the Reclaimed Audio Podcast, which will release Wednesday, June 15th. I had a great time with Phil, Tim, and Lutes and I hope to talk to them again soon.
As I said during the show, my name isn’t the easiest thing to spell, so here’s where you can find my work:
I am a freelance writer for Make: Magazine. I write about makers doing unique and inspiring work. I love doing this, because it allows me to use a skill I developed over my entire career to highlight people doing great things on a platform that reaches millions of people.
I have a YouTube channel where I make videos about trying to make efficient use of a small workshop space. I’m working out of a one car garage (hence the channel name), so I want people to know that you can do great stuff without a huge workspace. Some sample videos you might enjoy include the walnut and steel workshop stool, the clear storage drawers, the etched steel sign, and the Maker Faire Bay Area 2016 wrap-up.
Thanks so much!