Lights, Camera, Action!

Here at Tom’s Workbench, I sometimes find myself using or in front of the camera.  On this page, you can see the woodworking-related videos I’ve shot and put together, or the ones I have been in. I hope you enjoy them.

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #25: Interview with Dave Campbell:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #24: The special Love edition with Scott Meek:

A finishing demonstration I had done at a meeting of the St. Petersburg Woodcrafters Guild:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #23: Interview with David Venditto:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #22: Interview with Megan Fitzpatrick:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #21: New Year’s resolutions

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #20: Interview with Chuck Bender (and I play the part of Ray Charles):

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #19: Interview with Andy Chidwick:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #18: Interview with Todd Clippinger:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #17: Guilds, Schools and Woodworking Wednesdays:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #16: Talking Shop – Power and Light:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #15: Talking Shop – Tools and Set up:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #14: Interview with Jim Heavey (The start got clipped):

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #13: Interview with Kenneth Woodruff and the Woodshop Widget:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #12: Interview with Matthew Teague:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #11: Beginnings in Woodworking:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #10: Interview with Ron Hock:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #9: The Furniture Project:

The Modern Woodworkers Association Podcast #8: Our Favorite Tools

This is from the Great American Teach In of 2011

This is a video of me teaching at my son’s school during the Great American Teach In in November 2010.

This video was shot and produced by Steve Ramsey of Woodworking for Mere Mortals. It was based on an article I had written in Wood Magazine about woodworking piracy. Originally posted in July 2010.

I shot this video in October 2009 at the Woodworking in America conference at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. A glimpse into the work methods of master Toshio Odate.

This video we did in our office featured some of my carpentry handiwork as I built a frame to hold a window.  From there, we tested to see how well shuttering windows worked vs. taping windows when it comes to hurricane winds. The softball pitcher stole the show..

No, it’s not strictly woodworking, but we did this video about how to shutter your home with plywood to protect your windows from hurricane winds.  This is part one of the video… you can follow the on-screen prompts to get to parts two and three…

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