Following such a successful first run at a pallet coffee living room table I figured it’d be a kind gesture to make one for someone else. Which, of course, would have to be someone close to me, right? Right! …My sister and her daughter. At the dawn of spring I was awarded 12, YES! 12 […]Read More Project A2: Pallet Coffee Table Numero Dos
Yes, it’s been quite some time since my last post. Yes, I’ve been incredibly busy with two+ jobs, in case you’re wondering. And, yes, I’m still alive! …which is now obvious. Okay. So, this year has been flying. FLYING! Oh, so quickly. That, I’m not fond of…time moving so rapidly. Father, would you please […]Read More Everything is bigger in Texas
The first of more to come!Read More Hockey Stick Art.
2014 NewCo (formerly known as OpenCo) event held in the greatest of American cities … Detroit!Read More NewCo Detroit!
I promised more of Mount Rainier and here it is! Being a large supporter of wolves and wildlife, I thought this was a great plate! Aaaand back to the city we went! A few friends and I stopped at The Crab Pot for an enormous bowl of seafood–mainly shrimp, crab legs, mussels, and clams. Oh, […]Read More Seattle: Part 2
Two weeks ago thursday I returned from a 9-day kick ass venture around Washington state. I spent most of my time in Seattle and its northern suburbs but did indeed take trips to Mount Rainier and Roslyn (the former site of Northern Exposure—a show I was quite obsessed with in college). I’ve missed the Pacific […]Read More SeaTown
During downtime on the set for a local indie film, myself and two other adventurers headed out into the unknown. An unknown monstrous abandoned complex on Detroit’s east side. The Packard Plant is now up for sale but who wants to buy rubble for nearly $1 million? I sure as hell don’t! That being said […]Read More Packard Plant. Detroit.