Live Streams

(REPLAY) Turning a Gnarly Crotch

This was a good fun demo first streamed on 26th May 2020. The gnarly crotch was challenging, but a lot of fun!

(REPLAY) A Thinking Turner’s Turn

Using a raft of new graphic overlays and a new demo to try out, on 19th May 2020, I debuted ‘A Thinking Turner’s Turn’.

(REPLAY) Glasslike Lacquering (All 3 parts)

The week of the 7th May 2020 saw Phil Boulter join me to host a woodturning quiz in aid of the Blood Bikes.

(REPLAY) Elegant Beginners Bowl – First Steps in Bowl Turning

Turning your first bowl flying solo can be a daunting task. In this demonstration, I’ll take you step-by-step through the process I use for the majority...

(REPLAY) Using the Robert Sorby Pro Edge Sharpening System (Recorded Live)

In most demonstrations, I get asked a lot of questions about how I sharpen my tools on my Robert Sorby Pro Edge sharpening system. First streamed...

(Replay) Making Sapele Interesting

Sapele wood is not the most interesting timber most of the time. During this live demo from 2nd May 2020, I take a large sapele platter...

(REPLAY) LIVE Recording: Atmospheric Colouring and Advance Wax Finishing

For my live presentation on 2nd April, we explored an in depth look at the colouring technique I employ to get the sumptuous, rich and atmospheric look to many of the pieces I produce.

(REPLAY) Turning a Pedestal Bowl and Coffee Grinder

In this day long demo from 28th March 2020, I turned a pedestal bowl and a coffee grinder using one of the superb CrushGrind mechanisms as...

(REPLAY) Woodturning a Pepper Mill From Start to Finish

In this evening demonstration from 24th March, we looked at a turning a sycamore Pepper Mill using one of the popular CrushGrind mechanisms from Denmark. Both the video and description are direct from YouTube and unedited. Enjoy!

(REPLAY) Using White to Turn Wood Dyes to Pastel Shades

Here’s another chance to enjoy a live demonstration where I show how to turn the shades in Hampshire Sheen’s Intrinsic Colour Collection into pastel shades using...