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I can remember spending time in my dad's wood shop when I was around 6 years old. I made a walkie talkie out of a block of pine, a nail, and some paint. I desperately wanted it to function like a real walkie talkie, but I hadn't the education or the tools to make that happen.

Now, years later, the tools I use are more sophisticated, but the childhood dream of having functionality in my work remains constant. My education in textile design, woodworking, and graphic design have given me what I need to fulfill my childhood desires to create a product that actually works.

And so begins Red-Belly. Thanks for visiting.

More at:
www.red-belly.com
www.red-bellyblog.com
www.flickr.com/photos/red-belly/sets/72157627494632423/with/6125250994/

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  • Born on September 20
  • Joined March 17, 2011

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wood, wool, toys, paper, plastic

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I can remember spending time in my dad's wood shop when I was around 6 years old. I made a walkie talkie out of a block of pine, a nail, and some paint. I desperately wanted it to function like a real walkie talkie, but I hadn't the education or the tools to make that happen.

Now, years later, the tools I use are more sophisticated, but the childhood dream of having functionality in my work remains constant. My education in textile design, woodworking, and graphic design have given me what I need to fulfill my childhood desires to create a product that actually works.

And so begins Red-Belly. Thanks for visiting.

More at:
www.red-belly.com
www.red-bellyblog.com
www.flickr.com/photos/red-belly/sets/72157627494632423/with/6125250994/

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