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On episode 13 I talk to Aaron Garrett (@aaron.garrett.uk). Aaron grew up in Uk with an interest in bush craft and when he saw a Spoon Carving demonstration on YouTube he knew it was something he wanted to try. Since carving his first spoon at the end of 2018 he has taught himself how to carve beautiful scoops and spoons which he sometimes sells thr…
 
On episode 12 my guest is Ricky Dey @t_u_t_t_o___ . Ricky is a fellow kiwi and lives in the Wairarapa on the North Island of New Zealand. Ricky started caving as a way to cope with the grief after losing loved ones. It seems that for many of us it is not just about the spoons but the process of carving and creating. It can offer us comfort, meaning…
 
On episode 11 my guest is Andreea Grad (@andreeagrad). She is living in Oregon, USA and only started carving spoons in January of 2021. Since then it has become a big part of her life. We talk doubt how and why she got started, how it has affected her day to day life and why she enjoys the craft so much. Hosted by Simon Pouly @rootsspoons (info.roo…
 
On episode 10 my guest is Lynge Randen Børding @lynge_carvings. Lynge is from Denmark and started carving spoons after getting a hook knife for Christmas when he was 16. A couple of years later, he is still carving beautiful spoons and sharing some of his work on instagram. During our conversations I could relate a lot to Lynge talking about experi…
 
On episode 9 my guest is Chuck Trella @chuck.trella_woodsmyths Chuck is the founder of the online carving meet up, Rise up and carve. This is a daily virtual Spoon carving gathering that started in February 2019. In our conversation Chuck talks about how and why he initially got started carving Spoons and how taking part in @emmet_van_driesche’s Vi…
 
On episode 8 my guest is Daniel Berhe (@gortba.slojd). He is from Sweden and recently moved to Portugal with his family, where he is working and living closely with the land. Daniel carved his first spoon a few years ago and after a real aha moment he knew this was something he wanted to continue. Since then he has made many beautiful bowls and spo…
 
On episode 7 my guest is Rabea Gebler (@rabea.gebler) originally from Germany where she studied product design, she recently moved to Japan. After carving her first spoon she felt the strong pull to not only design things, but to actually make them with her own hands. She has since worked with different materials and makes beautiful bowls, vases an…
 
On episode 6 my guest is Marlon C. Marchado (@marlon_c_marchado) from Brazil. He started carving spoons in 2019 and has been making them ever since. Among other things we talk about his carving process, his great chip carving decorations and the use of local wood varieties such as guava, mango and tamarind. He mentions being influenced by the work …
 
On episode 5 my guest is Julian Jones (@littlebear_sloyd). He recently located to Perth, Australia, where he offers spoon carving workshops, tool sharpening services and where he sells his work at local markets. In this podcast we talk about how he discovered spoon carving, what he enjoys about it so much, how it is to teach and green wood work as …
 
On episode 4 my guest is Greg Nelson (@chasing_the_grain73). Greg lives in Antioch, Illinois in the USA. Greg was one of the first people I followed when I startet carving and his work has influenced and inspired me. Our conversation covers collecting wood, how we got introduced to spoon carving, the carving process, current routines, spoon design,…
 
In episode 3 my guest is Jaz Auden (@jazhandcrafts). Originally from England, he recently located to the South West of France. His work caught my eye with his varied and creative style. Using colour and texture Jaz creates beautiful, one of a kind spoons and wood wear. We start our conversation talking about his endeavor to build a lathe. He mentio…
 
In episode 2 my guest is Susanne, known on instagram as @loeffel.suse. She is located in Zurich, Switzerland. We talk about how she found spoon carving and how it helped her feel joy again after dealing with depression. Our conversation covers sharing one's work and connecting with other carvers online, what inspires her creative style and what she…
 
Episode 1 of the Spoon Carving conversations, where I talk to spoon carvers around the world. Today's guest is Julian Heins (@feral.spoons). He lives near Hamburg in Germany where I am also currently living. We have carved together once before and will hopefully do so again as we go into spring. He only started out about 9 months ago, but become in…
 
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