I have been turning wood since 1999. I graduated in architecture from Oklahoma State University in 1964. My career was in architecture and construction management.

I have always been fascinated with wood and took up woodturning just prior to retirement. My first projects were bowls and they are still the majority of what I produce, but I have lately become more concerned with venturing “beyond the bowl."

I recently took a seminar on wood hats by Johannes Michelsen and have turned quite a few successfully, some wearable and some as small as six inches.

I remain fascinated with woodturning and hope to expand the artistic side of my craft while continuing to turn quality bowls.

  • BS of Architecture, Oklahoma State University.

Memberships: Cascade Woodturners; Pacific Northwest Woodturning Guild; American Association of Woodturners; Board member, Multnomah Arts Center Association.


  • Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts 2005

  • Celebration of Woodturning, Multnomah Arts – PNWG Show 2007

  • Museum of Contemporary Craft – Woodturners Show 2008

  • Celebration of Creativity Beaverton 2009

  • Museum of Contemporary Craft – with Art in the Pearl Exhibit 2009