If you care to watch me making weird faces in response to Charles Brock’s questions, check out the new episode of The Highland Woodworker.
Though I don’t consider myself worthy of the honor, it was awfully nice of Chuck to ask me to be on the show; I had fun shooting with him and Stephen Price (the man behind the camera), who drove up from Spring Hill, Tenn., to spend a day with me. We shot some of it in the Lost Art Press shop (thank you again to Christopher Schwarz, Brendan Gaffney and the open house visitors we had that day – they were kind enough to be quiet for a 1/2 hour or so while shot a segment), then popped over to my house to chat in my basement shop. We talked about…I don’t remember exactly, and I can’t bear to watch to find out. But I know it included woodworking, Shakespeare, my house renovation, my grandfather (who trained as a cabinetmaker), my first woodworking project, and what I’m doing now. I’m almost certain I didn’t mention my cats. (And I assume Steve cut my inadvertent cursing and terrible jokes. Here’s hoping.)
I just got a chance to watch. It was very nice. It’s always interesting to see a little more of the people I know mostly from written words and pictures.
There was no cursing, or cats. I’m now looking forward to a book on Shakespeare’s furniture. And for the love of god, stop saying you are not worthy. I’ll tell you if it’s ever true.
That was a very nice piece on you. You are far too modest, but that’s what we like about you 😉 I would like to see the unedited version with cussing and cats:-)
It was a great piece Megan and deservedly so. I enjoyed the way you summed it up with the comments on less adjectives. Progress is being made; my girls regularly discuss woodworkers on youtube and pay no mind to whether they are male or female. Hopefully our paths will cross again soon.