Workshop with Brother Edgard Claes September 16-21, 2013 The workshop will be held in Cambridge, MA Enrollment limited to 10 students, only 3 spots remain open. Experience in fine binding is necessary. Tuition is $950, which includes materials such as adhesives, papers, wood and wood veneers, and leathers. Students are asked to their own small Read More »
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There is still space available in the Wednesday evening class (starts Oct. 19). This class is a weekly class which runs from 6h30-9pm and costs $40/day. This class is for 4 students maximum. Students attend class once a week and learn the process involved in traditional bookbinding. Students make 2 books over the course of Read More »
Though I dread my return to the States (well, it is more that I dread leaving France and this this and this) this fall is looking to be quite exciting. My first week back coincides with the GBW Seminar on Standards of Excellence in Hand Bookbinding, conveniently in Boston, MA. Also that week is the Read More »
Last fall, I submitted work to a call for entries for the New England Guild of Bookworkers‘ juried exhibition. The set book was the Pictorial Webster’s: A Visual Dictionary of Curiosities by Johnny Carrera at Quercus Press, and the design was up to each participant. My binding was one of 26 chosen, and I found Read More »
We forgot to bring in the mail yesterday, so today I woke up to a super surprise. I was expecting to see a small feature of my work in World Leather, but in fact, check out the cover!