Look What I Built

  • This conversion has come a full circle. Back in the summer of 1969, during high school, I started my first business doing van interiors. My mother helped me sew the curtains and I did the handyman part. It’s now 2019, 50 years later and I just completed building an interior

  • This one has been on the list since the purchase of the house in 2005. When we purchased our home, this room was originally a family room, we converted it into a master bedroom. This is the door style used throughout our home, the wife wants to make the opening

  • My first attempt will be a robotic arm that will grab a bottle of water and hand it to someone in need of a drink. The robot is radio controlled and will also have the ability to be controlled through a video camera. This is known as FPV or “First

  • Last summer’s project is still in the works and due to be completed summer 2016. This was part of a total backyard restoration that we contracted out. We found a great landscape contractor, he had to be great his first name is the same as mine, that gave us a

  • ‚Äč This was a project I designed and built for DWFoamies in 2012, it was to be used in advertising campaigns and trade shows while we were on the road. The construction is 6mm/9mm Depron and 1/8″ lite Ply, the hinging is done with a carbon rod and fiberglass pivot

  • RA/CAR is the rarest and most desirable 1/8 RC car of them all, these were the one of the first competition cars on the market. They were produced in the late 1960s by Ron Moody, RC car racing began in the USA in the late 1960s. This car was purchased

  • As a young boy from the age of 4, I lived for every moment working in the garage. Learning the secrets of model building from my father, a master builder, has carried me through a life long hobby. Today, I build both sport and scale models for customers, even one

  • Our mother was a religious person and very involved in her church. She passed away in 2005, with my experience in woodworking I felt that it was very fitting for me to build her an urn. I designed the urn as a cross and built it out of teak, which

  • Back in the late 90’s I started working as a consultant for an engineering company. They developed master planned communities with 100’s of acres of land. They needed a way to monitor construction along with environmentally sensitive areas. With my background in model airplanes I came up with an electric

  • Imagine a house in which the living room is a giant cabinet drawer, the garage is a bed and the third level consists of a deck designed as a huge chair. Mike and Robin Morgan aren’t just imagining, however. They have a serious intent of building this extraordinary “House of

  • I met John Long and John Hynd back in 1983 through Michele Needel, an interior designer. Our first project with Michele was an edit bay for A&G Productions, a video production company owned by the Johns’. Since then, John Long has been my challenge customer bringing me projects like I

  • Back in the 80’s there were a handful of small wood shops located in San Diego and a high demand for custom built furniture. A good friends girlfriend, an interior designer, talked me into building some furniture for her home. My custom workshop became Wood Forms in 1982. We worked

  • Just out of high school, I started working for Jack Kelly Yacht Sales. They were located on Scott Street next to Kettenberg Marine. We outfitted 44′ yachts that were imported on a cargo ship from Taiwan to the Port of San Pedro. They arrived in poor quality, my job was

  • I started building model airplanes back in the late 50’s, I lived for working in our garage building with my father. We would go fly our newly built or repaired airplanes every weekend. Back then a good flight was getting off the ground and a great flight was landing within