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
Mad Morda I spotted Mad Morda via her application to host Element14’s “The Ben Heck Show”. She’s been making electronics, mods and 3D printed projects and publishing on youtube for the last year. I wish her the best of luck
Following on from the previous two posts on top women makers, here’s some more of my favourite makers. Debbie Stirling I first saw Debbie when she gave a talk at the IET back in 2014. She’s an inspirational speaker and
There was lots of positive feedback from the previous post on top women makers. Before we get into the details, I thought it worth mentioning that there is no kind of order to the list, the makers were just split
A combination of the recent women’s march and some comments from Naomi Wu reminded me that my content is biased towards middle-aged white guys. So I decided to feature some of the women makers I follow on twitter and other channels.
On international women’s day, I put a shout out for all the women blacksmiths and welders I know on twitter. The result was a request from welder Stephanie from ASingleSpoon for a spoon for her project. My first thought was
I’m a big fan of sculptures made from found objects such as the kinetic scuptures of Gina Kamentsky or the cars and dogs of Josh Welton. My latest such find is CyberCraft Robots, it’s best to introduce them by their
Thanks to Freyja-Frigg of Tig Mig Frig, I’ve found out about three talented welders. Tig Mig Frig have interviewed Jackie Lundman who is a teacher at a trades school. Jackie took a trades discovery program back in 1996 and has