Life’s Work: Six Conversations with Makers

Raise your hand if you love process videos. Mine is definitely up – I’m always down to watch a slow tracked materials shot,  a lens flare coming in through a shop window, a cluttered benchtop scattered with tools and coffee cups. 

created at: 06/04/2015 So is Sam, a public librarian in California who sent me a link to this cool video series by Breakwater Studios. They say, 

Life’s Work: Six Conversations with Makers, invites viewers inside the creative routines and personal stories of a collection of master craftspeople living on Canada’s Eastern Seaboard, whose life experiences have shaped their work in tandem with their own two hands. Each of the six short episodes documents the artistry of such crafts as stone masonry, wood turning and carving, sculpting, felting, and metalsmithing.

Here’s the trailer: 

 

You can watch all the videos with the artists on LifesWorkFilms.com. Check ’em out, and thanks, Sam!