Writing and Photography:
I probably struggle more with writing than I do any other task I pursue. An aversion to long hours at the desk, coupled with the knowledge that the information I am sharing must be well presented and correct makes for a challenging task. Nonetheless, I am proud of the pieces I have had published and the photographs that accompany them.
My photography, on the other hand, is a constant source of pleasure to me. I shoot what I love, landscapes and outdoor scenes. My time on the water or in the mountains, whether it’s with students, friends or alone has afforded me truly wonderful opportunities to capture unique photographs. Feel free to contact me about my stock photos or on location shooting.
Published to date:
Hitachi P12RA Planer-Joiner Review, WoodenBoat #173, July/August 2003
A Shop-Built Jig for Scarfing Plywood, WoodenBoat #175, Nov/Dec 2003
Ship Shape: Sizing up five mid-size shapers, Tools of the Trade, March/April 2004
Building the Redwing 18: An outboard camp-cruiser, WoodenBoat #179, 180, 181, 182 July 2004 through February 2005
3-HP Cabinets Saws, Tools of the Trade, Nov/Dec 2005
Building A Willow Sea Kayak WoodenBoat # 195, 196, 197 March through
SawStop Tablesaw Review WoodenBoat # 195 March/April 2007
Redwing. A power skiff for simple cruising. WoodenBoat's Small Boat Magazine for 2008
Up coming articles:
Review of Hitachi Bandsaw