Kanata, ON, CA

I have been working with wood on and off for many years but started serious working in the craft from 2000. I produce fine pieces of handcrafted woodworking using mainly solid woods. I have made things from photo screens, picture frames, memory boxes and shelving units. To entertainment units, beds and tables. I work out of a small work shop in the basement of my home in Kanata Ontario Canada and spend as much time their as I can. I share my life with his wife, two children and various pets

I owe my love for woodworking to my father who has been a hobbyist woodworker for many years. As a boy I spent many hours playing in the sawdust on the floor of his basement work shop.

Most of my projects seem to be commissioned from family and friends but I also have made many pieces for others.

I find inspiration for my projects from reading books about woodworking, surfing the internet and talking with other woodworkers.

My goal is always to make the best handcrafted piece of woodworking as I can. As well as challenging myself in design and construction of each and every piece.

Recent comments

Re: Update: The Handmade Skateboard by Matt Berger

This would be great, I could build one with my son then in a few years with my daughter.
Thanks FWW and Matt.

Re: UPDATE: Weekend Woodturning Projects: 25 Simple projects for the home by Mark Baker

Sometimes a weekend project is just what the Dr. orders.

Re: UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Beautiful Boxes: Design and Technique by Doug Stowe

I love making boxes, it's a great way to work on a new joint or practice ones already in the tool box. This would be a welcomed addition to my library.

Re: UPDATE: Acts of Creation: America's Finest Hand Craftsmen at Work by Walt Harrington

This would be an awesom to read and have in my collection. Count me in.

Re: UPDATE: The Foundations of Better Woodworking by Jeff Miller

As with all FWW books I'm sure there is lots of great info in it. I'm looking forward to cracking it open and reading it cover to cover.

Re: Help me choose what to build for a video workshop

I vote for #1 also.

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