David Munkittrick

David Munkittrick lives in western Wisconsin and has been woodworking as a professional woodworker for 25 years. His property contains an old pig barn that he retrofitted to use as a woodwork shop. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to write numerous magazine articles for various publications on woodworking and home improvement. His passion is to build furniture and cabinets and tell the world of his experiences. He is continually amazed at the breadth and depth of woodworking throughout the world we live in. He sees his job as helping others get the information they need to develop their skills, make wise buying decisions and make their woodworking endeavors a success. (Photo by Mike Krivit)
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George Vondriska

George Vondriska is the Editor in Chief here at Woodworkers Guild of America and has been sharing his woodworking expertise since 1986. Apart from conducting classes at his renowned Vondriska Woodworks School, George's passion for teaching has taken him to woodworking shows nationwide and has led him to teach woodworking for prestigious organizations such as Peace Corps/Swaziland, Andersen Window, Northwest Airlines, and the Pentagon. With a wealth of published magazine articles under his belt, encompassing tool reviews and shop improvement projects, George's knowledge and skills continue to inspire woodworkers every day. To discover more about him and his school, visit georgevondriska.com.
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David Radtke

David Radtke is a custom cabinetmaker, woodworker, illustrator, home design consultant and freelance writer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As a former Senior Editor of a popular home improvement magazine, he designed and built specialty bookcases, landscape architectural projects and a variety of home improvement projects. He currently designs and builds furniture and writes woodworking articles for woodworking magazines and custom publications. Other projects include writing scripts for The Home Pro television series and making guest appearances on Minnesota Public Radio’s home improvement segments. He enjoys archery, bowmaking, woodturning, canoeing and cycling whenever he’s not standing behind a table saw or sitting in front of the drawing board.
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Charlie Kocourek

Charlie Kocourek is a devoted woodworker known for crafting one-of-a-kind objects as well as sharing his woodworking expertise through engaging instructional videos, classroom teachings, and written works. Charlie has served as a respected woodworking instructor for Midwest Special Services, past president of the Minnesota Woodworkers' Guild, and show chairman for the Minnesota Guild's Northern Woods Exhibition. His talent has been showcased on the PBS show American Woodshop and in Fine Woodworking Magazine. As an esteemed member of the Furniture Society and the American Craft Council, Charlie's expertise has been published in Popular Woodworking and the Marquetry Society's Marquetarian magazine.
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Jess Crow

Located in Alaska, Jess created Crow Creek Designs, a woman-owned and run woodworking shop, and quickly established herself as one of the leading authorities in artistic woodworking and epoxy. With forays in other areas of art, including beadwork photography and print, Jess has cultivated her passion for designing and creating that blends woodworking and epoxy. Her designs have caught the eyes of notable people like Team Gary Vaynerchuk in New York, LinkedIn, as well as Insider, DIY Network, and many more. Jess worked with TotalBoat epoxies to create a white label high-end epoxy resin for use in art and furniture design. MakerPoxy is currently available nationwide through Amazon and James Town Distributors. Jess’ website is at https://crowcreekdesignsak.com.
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Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta is a New York-based artist, designer, master builder and video producer. His work has been showcased on Discovery Channel, HGTV, DIY and FX, Netflix & YouTube. His goal is to educate and inspire people to embark on their own home projects in an entertaining way. His unique builds are comprised of many different materials and processes. With his artisan skills and a shop full of power tools, he lets the build process speak for itself.
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Elisha Albretsen

Elisha Albretsen is a skilled woodworker, carpenter, and DIY blogger living in Arizona with her husband and twin boys. Her website, Pneumatic Addict, showcases her diverse portfolio of work which emphasizes simple-yet-stunning woodworking projects for the home. Elisha's modern style shows that beautiful pieces can be easy to achieve with a bit of cutting, sanding, and hard work. With 15 years of experience, her goal is to make carpentry and woodworking accessible to wider audiences and prove that the hobby is truly for everyone. Elisha aims to demystify power tools and provide guidance to beginners when it comes to lumber selection, tools, techniques, and more.
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Char Miller-King

Char Miller-King has been in the woodworking industry for nearly two decades, and in 2015, she left her job in corporate America to become a full-time maker. Char teaches woodshop classes to those who are new to power tools, and on the weekend you can catch her teaching kids as young as seven to make simple projects using the miter saw and drill press. She can also be found volunteering with the Girls Makers Club and serving on the Board of Directors at Decatur Makers. To bring more female woodworkers to the forefront, Char writes for the Women in Woodworking news column for Highland Woodworking in Atlanta, Georgia. Her professional collaborations include brands such Rockler, Popular Mechanics, Glowforge, and various woodworking magazines, as well as entertainment networks such as PBS, CNN, and Discovery+.
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