An interview with Mark Osborne. Mark is a professional software developer by day, maker by night, he blogs about his journey at BecomingMaker.
Workshopshed: The Kuriologist creates timeless sculptures of animal forms, curios and nude males. These fascinating items are all the more amazing when you know that they are mainly made from recycled materials. Workshopshed: Many thanks for agreeing to be interviewed
Workshopshed: Mark Bradley aka Buzz dropped me a message via the contact form letting me know of his project to run his car repair/maintenance workshop from solar power over the summer. He has a mixture of high power items such
I caught up with Richard Fletcher from WhatShed and quizzed him on buying a new workshop shed. Workshopshed: Hi Richard, thanks for being interviewed, could you let the readers know a bit about WhatShed? Richard: WhatShed are the number one
Frederick Vandenbosch is a winner of multiple design challenges and has built some very high-quality projects. He recently completed the Pi IoT Smarter Spaces Design Challenge using OpenHAB 2; creating a control unit, clock and smart key holder. His PiDesk
Agustin Flowalistik is a designer with a passion for creating functional things, sharing them and trying to make something good for the planet. His recent creations are the Lampe project a 3D printable light, the Campbell Planter which combines waste
Mark Milner is an expert in wood construction. He lectures and assesses students at North Kent College in Gravesend, and is an Assessment Development Consultant for City and Guilds of London Institute. Mark has written a great book on building
Traditional Oak & Timber Co (or Tradoak) is a family run business started by Neil Peskett in 1992. Today’s interview is with Russell Peskett who joined his Dad in 2008 and now does most of the day-to-day work and managerial