On a journey to eastern Oregon I met Will Nash of Nash Wood in beautiful Bend Oregon. Will creates custom woodworking including carvings, instruments, cabinetry plus so much more. His array of skills is immense. His story fascinated me, I hope you enjoy this episode.
Joshua Talbert - Madrone Studio
On this episode I have the unique privilege of interviewing a third-generation woodworker. Not how you might think but a third-generation student. In my first season I interviewed Gary Rogowski of the northwest woodworking studio, then I interviewed a student of Gary’s, Alexander Anderson who now runs Madrone Studio. Today I am interviewing Joshua Talbert a student at Madrone studio we will talk design, inspiration and what it is like working under a master woodworker.
Kris Kirkman - Kirkman Originals
I am going to introduce you to Kris Kirkman of Kirkman originals. Although by some standards he is a new woodworker with only a few years under his belt but he is creating furniture comparable with woodworkers with decades of experience. I hope you enjoy his story.
Ebanista School Students Natzem Lima & Zac Bell
On the Last episode we spoke with Jonathan Cohen who started the Ebanista School of fine woodworking now we are going to speak with two of his students. Natzem Lima and Zac Bell have entered classes here at the school only a few weeks ago and I spoke with them about their experiences here and what brought them to the Ebanista school of fine woodworking.
Jonathan Cohen - Ebanista School of Fine Woodworking
On this episode we are going to speak with Jonathan Cohen who over 40 years has designed and built some amazing furniture which brought him to opening a fine woodworking school in seattle Washington where he imparts his experience to students who share his passion for this craft.