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  About Me

  • My Shop
    Some detailed information about my workshop.
    Power Tools
    Saw Stop, 2 Incra router table systems, Festool Kapex, Powermatic bandsaw & jointer, grizzly planer, drill press, several routers including Porter Cable 7815, 890, Milwaukee 5616, two Dewalt 611 plunge, Triton plunge, Ridgid, Bosch 1617 evs, Old Black & Decker & Craftsman Plunge. Jet drum sander, angle grinders for sculpting, sandblasting cabinet & related equipment, Festool 6" & 5" ROS sanders, Milwaukee ROS, Dewalt ROS, Makita 18v drills, impact driver, jig saw, circular saw and a bunch of other stuff I probably even forgot I have.
    My Shop
    24x40 two story barn workshop in my back property.
  • Woodworker Information
    A few details about myself.
    I was born in New Orleans and lived there until August 29th., 2005 when hurricane Katrina flooded the home where my wife and I lived for many years. We moved to another home in Prairieville, La., where I built my new studio workshop and stared replacing my lifetime accumulation of woodworking tools.
    Woodworking has been fun and enjoyable for me since around the age of 12

    My wife and I have been participating in art shows and craft shows and have an absolute great time traveling and selling my woodwork.
    Prairieville, Louisiana
    Anything creative has always interested me. I also enjoy traveling and nature. Photography is another interest that I continually work on to improve my skills at it.
    Favorite Router
    I don't really think I have a favorite router but I do have several for specific porposes. My favorite for a small compact router is the Dewalt 611. I have three. In my router tables I have a PC 7815 and a Bosch 1617evs...I use them both equally. My favorite larger handheld is my Milwaukee 5616 because I find the hand strap very convenient in many situations when I use one hand. I have been converting them to Musclechuck collets and sure wish they had a Musclechuck for the 1/4" Dewalt 611
    Woodworking Experience (Years)
    First Name
    United States
  • Signature
    “Each step of every Wood Art project I design and build is considered my masterpiece… because I want the finished product to reflect the quality and creativeness of my work. I study each piece to get ideas and details that will evolve in my future creations.


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