My career as a furniture maker began in Vancouver with a rather paper editor service ugly box.
One spring day, years ago, my roommate and I needed a receptacle for our recycling. We were conscientious citizens, though poor ones at the time. Thus, we â€“ meaning me â€“ would have to make one.
I had never actually built anything before. However, after a successful trip to the local hardware store, I learned how to cut up rough pine planks with a handsaw, hand-drill holes, and hand-drive screws. The result was an actual functioning box with a hinged lid! Not pretty, but it worked – it ghostwriter masterarbeit kosten was the most gratifying project I had ever undertaken.
After this experience, I immediately enrolled in a Benchwork and Joinery program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), and I havenâ€™t stopped creating since.
My designs today are the result of twenty years of learning from many talented and inspiring people – of all ages, from all over the world – coupled with a deep-seated ethic of caring for our planet.
My goal: to create unique, provocative and functional furniture that doesnâ€™t cost the earth.
To your good taste.