“No Fear Veneering”, Woodcraft Magazine, Oct/Nov 2010. This article gives thebeginner everything they need to know to create a four-way matched veneeredpanel.
“Book Matched Clocks”, American Woodturner, Summer 2008 A step by description ofthe design, construction and lathe turning of solid spalted maple clocks.
“Inlaid Desk: Start to Finish” Woodworker West, Series 2009-2010. This articledetails the construction of a traditional desk with an inlaid walnut burl top and ahand-cut dovetailed drawer.
How to Work Studio Furniture Commissions, Woodshop News. March, 2007. Thisarticle explains the differences and similarities between working with clientswhen building studio furniture verses more traditional kitchen and cabinet typesof commissions.
“Veneering Demands Right Adhesive Choice” Woodshop News, February 2007. Thisarticle examines the many types of adhesives available and their suitability tovariety of veneering applications.
“A Wall Mirror With Curves”, Woodwork Magazine, December 2006. The articledetails how to construct a mirror with veneer covered, bent laminated sides.Processes covered include bending, veneering, hammer veneering and router joinery.
“The Commission: A Creative Process” Furniture Studio III, Published by theFurniture Society, 2005. This book chapter explores the creative process involvedwhen furniture makers interact with clients. The commissioning process wasexamined as inspiration for new work and new ideas. Five makers wereinterviewed for this publication.“When it’s Time to Move Your Shop”, Pro Shop Column, Woodshop News Magazine,January, 2005. This article explains the best way to move a woodworkingoperation over a long distance. Topics covered included what keep and what tosell, costs and logistics.
“Marketing and Sales for Northern New Mexico Wood Artisans--An Action PlanFor Wood Artists”, Prepared for the USDA by the Tri-Area Association forEconomic Development and co-authored with Sherry Wise, 2002. Thiscomprehensive document looked at the overall market for home furnishings, art
objects and studio furniture. It then went on the explain stategies for artists to idenrify and
reach customers most likely to purchase thier work.