I don't really make dainty things, I don't do a lot of ornamental things. I like miter cuts. I like straight boards with deep woodgrain. I like knots and growth rings and old stains and bug holes and dings and marks and ink that has shown the life of a piece of wood. I like to overbuild. You should be able to dance on a table.
I've made wood pieces and furniture and art for years, mostly for friends but sometimes on commission. This is a part-time job, but I'd like it to be full-time. I will always do my absolute best to produce something I can be proud of. I love it.
A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll, a little industrial, a little rustic, a little traditional, a little Scandinavian, a little farmhouse, a little American gothic, a little beachhouse, a little colonial, a lot eclectic.
I use power tools (sometimes in ways they aren't intended to be used) and I use hand tools (in the most time-consuming but fun way possible). Sometimes I don't know the name of the tool I'm using, but I know how to use it.
I can grow a beard, but I can't connect it to my sideburns so I don't.