Photography, drafting, desktop publishing, audio equipment and of course woodworking are just some of interests that fire up the talented creator of our technical drawings.

Tasmanian designer maker Laura McCusker speaks about her design and work processes.

Netsuke artist Leigh Sloggett creates contemporary forms inspired by tradition.

‘The craftsman ethic is what secures my employment’, says Melbourne designer maker Daniel Poole. Story by Linda Nathan.

Richard Raffan writes about the life and work of master craftsman David Upfill-Brown.

Jim Howell explains how a love at first sight became a labour of love.

A video by Liam Edward Brennan sheds light on the life and ethos of green woodworker and spooncarver Jeff Donne.

Duncan Meerding’s lighting designs portray his vision of the world.

Jamie Pappas is an antique restoration expert with a passion for classical furniture forms, but making this library table was a personal project.

Reflections on the life and work of George Ingham, furniture designer/maker and educator.

An insight into the work of this remarkable German sculptor.

An interview with Evan Dunstone and John Madden, Wood Dust Australia festival founders and organisers.

This year Vesper Tools celebrates 20 years of hand tool designing and making. We visited Chris prior to his relocation to larger premises.

Laura McCusker is speaking at AWR L!VE in August. Here Bern Chandley writes about her work and how relocating to Tasmania turned out to be a good move.

We spoke to Roy Schack about woodwork and quite a few other things.

Helmut Lueckenhausen talks about his work as a designer maker and also about the benefits of collaborating with others.