I’ve been doing recreational woodworking almost my entire life. I did not have any formal training until 1992 when I was a junior in high school. This is where I took a two year vocational training course were we built 2 houses and did pretty much everything involved with them from laying out the dig site to finish carpentry.

During that time I worked in the instructor’s cabinet shop for two years plus some summers while I was away at college.

After this I took up small projects – mostly fixing or creating one time items to fill a need such as kitchen cabinet, kitchen cabinet doors, resizing various items, etc.

Within the past 3 to 4 years I have gotten more serious about my woodworking skills purchasing additional equipment for my shop and learning newer skills and techniques.

I will post some pictures when I have some additional time but these are a few of my current and past projects that I am doing or have worked on.

Current Projects

  • Slimline Pens
  • Cabinets – Kitchen, Storage and Utility
  • Cabinet Doors
  • Cutting Boards – Edge and End Grain
  • Finishing off my garage

Past Projects

  • An Additional Kitchen Cabinet to match existing set
  • Kitchen Cabinet Height Reduction for a Microwave
  • Fireplace Mantel
  • Media Shelf for CDs, DVDs, etc
  • Large Bookshelf
  • Clothes Basket Storage Hanger
  • Maple Counter Top


While these are woods I have used in the past, I always looking to branch out. I used about 50% reclaimed and 50% new.

  • Birch
  • Cedar
  • Maple
  • Pine
  • Oak (White and Red)
  • Walnut
  • Yellow Heart
  • Various Pen Blanks

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