The Modern Woodworkers Association is a place for the online woodworking community to reinforce our online connections and create personal ones in local gatherings in many regions across the country.It is a place for woodworkers of all skill levels from professional to hobbyist to be able to share knowledge and learn form one another. The name Modern Woodworkers Association does not come from the fact that we are powertool users or for that matter handtool users but instead that we have all found a new tool, the online community and the power of information.
MWA399 - Josh Pinkston Interview
On this episode, Josh Pinkston joins us to discuss his passion for hand tool woodworking, Mackintosh side tables, and tulip carving. We also get learn a little bit about his day job as a Professor of Economics (just the fun parts). It's a great and interesting discussion. Check it out!
MWA398 - Sean Wood answers the 5 Questions
Sean Wood of MorningWorks Studio returns to answer the 5 Questions. His 4 favorite tools and architectural influences are worth the listen alone. Check it out!
MWA372 - Sean Wood Interview
Sean Wood of MorningWorks Studio joins on this episode. It's a fascinating discussion with one of the premier contemporary seating designers and furniture makers. We delve into in his beginnings from hot rod upholstery, to the business world, to his current "tranquil" life as a professional furniture maker. There's also some interesting tidbits for any Hot Wheels enthusiasts out there. Check it out!
MWA396 - David Douyard Interview
David, a great friend of the podcast, joins us again to talk about all he's been up too. From his spectacular recovery from major surgery just a few months ago, to his new designs, and outstanding drawknife and scorp sheths, there is a lot to be thankful for. Check it out!
MWA395 - Evan Court answers the 5 Questions
Evan returns to answers the 5 Questions. Find out about his favorite plane, his attention to detail, and how he got his start in the craft. Check it out!
MWA394 - Evan Court Interview
The outstanding designer and professional woodworker Evan Court joins us on this episode. We talk about his background at NBSS, his fabulous projects, his recent move to Dallas, and his love of PBR. It's a great discussion with a great woodworker. Check it out!
My Favorite Running Podcast
This is my favorite podcast about running and college football. Occasionally they veer off into woodworking news. 🤷♂️
Seriously, though, it’s a great source of woodworking news and laid-back chats with fantastic guests.
This podcast has never once annoyed me. Ha ha. Seriously, though, isn’t that what a good podcast is about? I listen working in the shop, it’s interesting and entertaining and I’ve never been annoyed and wanted to turn it off. Some other podcasts are good sometimes and just tedious other times. That’s 5 stars for me. 😁
Great podcast informative guests only drawback is you end up finding out about too many tools and buying them.