At the end of every semester I take the the time to photograph my students' work - somehow the process is part of what makes a semester complete. After downloading and optimizing each image, I email them off to my students for their own use in promoting/sharing their work. This summer was so hectic what with SNAG, lots of ring orders etc. (and oh yeah getting married!) that I let the spring semester get away from me. So here now, just before fall starts, I present to you the work that stood out to me from both spring and summer semester at WCCPL (the local continuing ed school where I teach). It feels so good to finally get to this - sorry for the combination, it was special circumstances! Lots of techniques practiced and improved upon here, from soldering to tube-rivets.
Educator, metalsmith, jeweler, maker of custom mokume gane jewelry and wedding rings.