Much of my free time is spent making things. Below is a selection from the many things I have made for friends or for myself to enjoy.
Chest of Lost Drawers is an assortment of mismatched drawers collected over approximately a year. The boxes are made from re-claimed red cedar fencing offset from each-other with sliding dovetails
The different sizes of drawers create small shelf spaces for lighting and other objects.
I made this bike rack for my house out of old discarded bike frames.
A second bike rack from bikes commissioned by the Quaker Meeting in Providence.
This set of vases is designed to tip over when let alone. Much like humans, they need the company of others to function.
I taught a skateboard building class at the MIT Hobby Shop. I built this board as an example for the class.
Cast iron hand sculpture and wooden base
This pen has embedded magnets allowing it to levitate when placed in the stand.
X-Ray lamp shades
Bent lamination salt and pepper shakers.
Another set of salt and pepper shakers made from scrap wood.
This wooden pendant has a space for an air plant or dried flowers.
Turning projects made with my custom turning tool (see Tool Hacks section).
Bent veneer bracelet made out of scraps from Arborglass production
Coffee table from recycled pallet wood. Pictured here in an uncharacteristically clean truck.
Cycle Truck built for heavy lifting and transport.
The Homage table is inspired by some of the furniture designer greats. Specifically George Nakashima and Siosi Design.
This table was made from air-dried cherry cut from a small farm in Tiverton RI. The inlays are shop scraps covering up a major rotten section of the slab.