Tag Archives: Mohawk Steel

PlasmaCam It’s ALIVE!

March 19, 2016         I can’t explain the feeling of finishing a CAD drawing on my computer and pressing cut then watching the machine cut out my design perfectly:) Design Edge software for the Plasma Cam cutting table is not the most intuitive software but it is becoming more and more predictable. […]

HOT Glass NOW!

Blog Post for http://www.mobileglassblowingstudios.com       Tuesday at 6am Robert and I drove to Americus, GA to pick up the Little Dragon all in one glass blowing furnace. This sculpture…cause thats what is- it is so beautiful I’m proud to say I paid Southern Craftsmen to design and build it. Its 800 pounds of rolling thunder when […]

UAB Oct, 2015

Oct 4, 2015 Fev1 is 53%. The first time I blew it was a 45, then 50, then a 53. Frustrating but ok what did I buy with that %? I spend those FEV1% like an adventure budget. When I dip too much into the red I have to make up for it later. Here […]

Jack Kruse Cruise

Ok so an Osteopath, a Neurosurgeon and a computer programmer walk into a bar. The tallest asian man most have seen stands up from his chair, drops his pants and sashays into conversation in a pink speedo. narrator clears throat…where to start? Why did the tiger cross the river? Because his grandma did- Tigers on […]

“A night in Paris”

So.. a quick word. We went to the mother land of Bouldering in Fontainebleau France for 3 weeks. After 6 days climbing we went into Paris. Moments after making out in front of the Eiffel Tower Lindsay and I got hit by a car while standing on the sidewalk. The car jumped the curb and […]

Venezuela: AuyanTepui

Well… after months the story came out in Climbing Magazine November issue of 2014. My comments were refined and amended for public consumption. Here they are raw and unAbridged. I will include the article so you can see Gustavo & Gary’s experience too. Enjoy:) http://www.climbing.com/places/tepui-top-bouldering-in-venezuela/ It took months for me to write this: I finally […]

Jones ICONIC

I have completed my finest story telling achievement. The sculpture ICONIC for the Jones Companies in Columbia MS was truly an undertaking.  Below is the magazine I made to commemorate the piece and explain the details that have become the product. My greatest regret is that the black journal that is handwritten for Jonathan will […]

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