Wednesday, July 2, 2014

MWA Podcast Episode 56 - Clark Kellogg

Show Notes:

What’s in the shop?
  • Chris
    • Hot in Hotlanta
    • Live edge Holly slab
  • Dyami
    • wiring the dust collector
  • Tom
    • Recouping from a seizure

Main topic
10 Small Boxes, Huddled Together
For Warmth by Clark Kellogg

Kodansu by Clark Kellogg

Giant Jenga by Clark Kellogg

  • Clark always liked making stuff
  • Works with customers to figure out what they want a piece to do. What is its function?
  • You went to the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship and College of the Redwoods. Tell us about the experinece? How did you come to going to the schools and what was the experience like?
  • He was told he would not go anywhere at his job, so Clark went to Maine.
  • The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship program is wonderful and geared at production. The College of the Redwoods is more geared towards one off pieces.
  • 5 Questions
    • How did you get into woodworking?
      • Dad was crafty
      • Freshman H.S. English - Built a working guillotine
    • What’s your favorite tool?
      • Bandsaw - Wooden Spoke Shave - Bandsaw
    • Who has influenced you the most?
      • Krenov. If not in form, then in sensibility.
    • What was your biggest stumbling block & could it have been avoided?
      • Setting up a woodworking business
    • How has the internet influenced your work?
      • Slowed it to a crawl.
      • The
    • What is Ejler really like?
      • He’s a Sea Monster.

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