Project Recap: From Log to Table

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Video Length: 4:54
Produced by: David Moore

David Moore

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My whole life has been spent making.  Whether it's wood, metal, fabric, music or video, I will make whatever it is that interests me.  For me, making things isn't a career, it's a lifestyle.  In this video, I make a dining room table out of quarter sawn sycamore with natural edges.  The client determined the material and after searching around locally for it I had no option but to have it milled and to dry it over months in a kiln.  During those long months waiting for the sycamore to dry I made many other furniture pieces and videos which are shown in a montage from month to month.  The montage ends as the sycamore is loaded in my truck and the construction of the dining room table resumes. 
On a personal note: the video begins in March of 2011, just after my girlfriend of 6 years broke up with me.  It was heartbreaking.  But looking back at all the awesome projects I was fortunate enough to work on because of my newfound flexibility, it makes me think she did me a favor ;)

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