In 2020, I began honing down my woodworking skills. Learning techniques that you see in fine woodcrafter’s work, is what I’m inspiring to achieve. Either building tables or small keepsake boxes, I wanted to have a quality that is only achieved using traditional techniques.

During this time, I came across a hobbyist pyrography (woodburning) tool and decided I wanted to try it out. I really love this technique and medium to work with and now I’m hooked. When creating my piece, I look at the grain of the wood and work it into the image I burn. The grain is so beautiful, I don’t want to take away from it. Incorporating my traditional woodworking skills, I make my own sub straights for all my pyrography art, looking for the right grain for what I want to create.


Pyrography Box

Chapel on the rock

Aspen Keepsake

Lighthouse

Red Oak Moose

3 Dog Crate

Jewelry Box

Station 7 Table

Station 57 Table

Pine Bench