I'm happy to share an interview with Chuck Trella. Tell us a little about yourself: I am a husband of 33 years and father to four fantastic adult children. Professionally I have worked for 20+ years as an IT Business/Systems Analyst in the Publishing, Insurance, and Professional Services industries, mostly in New York City. Prior to that, I dabbled in photography, recording studios, and various retail positions. My passions since high school have been - Music: I play guitar and …
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I’m very happy share an interview with Sebastian Ungh. Tell us a little about yourself: My name is Sebastian Ungh, I'm a 36-year-old teacher, who's living in southern Sweden, and teach Swedish for immigrants in the daytime and carve in my spare time. I always come back to spoon carving, but I also make Kuksas, bowls, and other sorts of bits and bobs. To me, it's liberating to know my way around basic woodworking. My skills with hand tools have been to great use for mending broken …
I'm very happy share an interview with Peter Coulter. Tell us a little about yourself: My name is Peter, I am 58 and live in a small village in Northumberland, England, right on the border with Scotland. How long have you been carving and how did you first get interested in it? I was introduced to woodworking at school but was put off by what seemed to be a need to have a room full of machinery to achieve anything (this was long beforehand tool woodworking became accepted as …