The latest issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement is focused on routers and has not one, not two, but three of my articles in it. I had fun challenging myself to put together ten Simple Router Improvements, and executing those ideas. Also in the issue is a short article I wrote about Router Collets … Continue reading Three Articles Published in February/March Issue of Canadian Woodworking
I am featured in Canadian Woodworking Magazine's June/July issue! Pick up your copy today, get a digital subscription online, or preview the issue on the magazine's website. The magazine also produced an accompanying slideshow. Watch it here.
My first commission, in 2008, was a 12-foot long bubinga table which later became known as Flow. It was a part of a backyard renovation in Arizona which was recently featured in a Phoenix Home & Garden article. The extensive and elaborate project was led by 2012 Master of the Southwest Morgan Holt of EarthArt Landscape & … Continue reading My First Commission Was Also One of My Favourites
My latest magazine article, Reading the Grain, was published in the October 2013 issue of United Kingdom's Furniture & Cabinetmaking. For this article, I teamed up with my friend, Charles Mak, (we first collaborated on an article published in the March 2012 issue of Australian Wood Review). The article starts by explaining different ways to tell the … Continue reading Furniture & Cabinetmaking #210 (October 2013)
Done: Post for Popular Woodworking's Contributor's Blog The post, The Telephone Game - Woodworking Version, published June 25 was my first for Popular Woodworking. I've really enjoyed watching the table evolve and I hope that we are able to sign up more participants. One thing that I would like to emphasize to all participants is that you do … Continue reading Done, Almost Done, and Hopefully Done Soon
The December/January issue of Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement is now on newsstands. If you've been following my blog for at least a year, one of the three pictures at the top of the cover should look familiar. On the Contents page, we see that I have an article, Make a Wooden Bow on page 16. Also, … Continue reading News About Woodworking Magazines
A month-and-a-half ago, I was asked by the editors at Canadian Home Workshop to come up with some ideas for their annual gift idea issue. I thought about it for a little while, about two weeks, before passing on my best idea - a little box I had dreamed up based on a wooden hinge … Continue reading This Just In…
Last summer, Jodi Avery MacLean, the Managing Editor of Canadian Home Workshop Magazine (CHW) contacted me asking if I was interested in building them a whirligig. Truth be told, I was hoping that they'd ask me to build them a piece of furniture such as a side table or dresser, but I was excited nonetheless and … Continue reading Published in May 2007 Issue of Canadian Home Workshop