Andy Rimmer has turned his hobby into a business making foam weapons and props for LARP players.
The idea is ingeniously simple, a small gauge railway set inside a suitcase. You can get it out whenever you want and close it up into a smart suitcase.
Today we are chatting to Laurence Molloy, a creative technologist who specialises in STEAM Outreach.
Workshopshed: Leona Marsh is someone who gets things done. She’s used her business experience and passion for the creative to found Marsh Mill Interiors. Here she designs and makes furniture for homes and businesses. Workshopshed: Leona, thanks for taking the
Workshopshed: Engineer and Sportsman Rob Smith runs Active Hands, a company that makes assistive technology for people with gripping problems. Whilst on holiday as a student, Rob fell down a cliff and suffered a spinal injury. After 9 months of
You might have spotted the #GirlsWithDrills hashtag or photos on-line. I caught up with Kisha Bradley to find out more. Workshopshed: Hi Kisha, thanks for letting us know all about the campaign. Perhaps we could start with, what actually is
Today we caught up with new author Andy who’s just launched his new book on saws, “”. Workshopshed: What is the book about?Andy: A little saw is a book about “cutting stuff up”. It advises you on which saw to
Carley Fererra is a talented furniture designer, metal artist and blacksmith. She owns and runs Iron Mountain Forge where she and her team make unique and bespoke items from metal, wood and glass. Workshopshed: Hey Carley, thanks for agreeing to