Six months have passed. Jobs have been quit. Markets have been tapped. Cavernous new shops have been renovated. Listen in on the rectangle-table discussion as Pete, Coty, Ben and Brian go over our changing maker lives. And also make at least on
We're back after a few months hiatus! Coty, Brian, and Ben sit down and catch up on what's been going on since the last episode and you won't believe the change Coty's had.
Brian's Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FierySquirrelArt
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If you're a woodworker, you're going to love this episode! We talk with Morgan Hop (shortened because we can't spell or pronounce his full last name). Morgan is the
Jack Henderson is a trim carpenter. He talks a lot about 'shoeing' a house. He's also buying a house and giving first time home buyers some tips of what to do.
Brian is making bugs on the laser.
Coty is making a barn door and a lamp.
Ben is c
AJ is an artist that teaches art. She prefers teaching children because they have a more open mind. In the summer she usually runs art camps. Covid 19 is throwing a wrench in the plans. Find out what she's going to do in it's place. She ow
On this episode we have woodworker Brett Gordon from Gordons Woodshop.
Brett is a....well, it's something with farms and plants, full time employee and does woodworking as a hobby. He doesn't have robots in the shop (much to Bens dismay) but h
When the Covid-19 Virus locks down the world you hang out with your best friends. Since we can't be around other people, there's no guest host this time. Ben, Brian, And Coty discuss how the virus and its extraordinary circumstances affect th
Ben (Myers Woodshop) and Coty (Arganic Woodwork), two makers from central Arkansas, discuss their recent trip to Workbenchcon 2020, the conference for makers and content creators. They guys break it down by price, food, hotel, sponsorship's, ve
It's the first episode of the new year! The guys finally catch up after a nearly 3 month hiatus. They visit with Allen Horn. Allen is a pest control technician (he works with Ben) and a handy man. While Allen isn't full time or part time, h
Rick Castleman From Castleman Custom Works is a jack of all trades. While only taking 45 minutes to master custom jewelry, he's also a woodworker, remodeler and a worship leader. Also, Cotys episode of the TV show, Small Business Revolution (
Meredith Palmer isn't your typical college student. She already owns a business called Palmer's Designs. Starting out designing shoes, she now does everything from paintings, to digital art, to live wedding paintings.
Palmer’s Designs is a pr
Ever wonder what it takes to be a blacksmith? In this episode our guest host is Daniel Casey of Casey Arms.
Daniel had his own show on The History Channel called Iron & Fire and was also a contestant on the hit TV show Forged In Fire. (will it
When you think of graffiti artist what comes to mind? For me, it's graffiti on a train. This week, we sit down with Jason White of Whites Artworks and talk about his beginnings of tagging trains to cites hiring him to put murals on the side o
Taking a break from having a guest host on the show, the original hosts, Ben (@myerswoodshop), Brian (@fierysquirrelart), and Coty (@arganic_woodowork) discuss whats been going on in their lives recently. Hint: Lasers!
Ben and Brian went in tog
On this episode of The Build Guild podcast, the guys host Sha Johnson, an extraordinary woman in the Searcy community. Originally from the Houston, Texas, area, Sha came to Searcy, Arkansas and has left her mark.
She began her dream of pursu
Episode 6 : John Godwin of Duck Dynasty
In this episode of The Build Guild Podcast, the guys have the privilege of interviewing John Godwin of the wildly popular A&E tv show Duck Dynasty. Godwin is part of the Duck Commander Family.
Our guest host for Episode Five is Jo Ellis, the Founder and Director of Make.Do. Graduating from Harding with a degree in interior design and her MBA, Jo wasn’t exactly sure what she wanted to do after her time at Harding was over. While spend
In this episode of the Build Guild Podcast, Mark Bates, a local carpenter who has spent the last thirteen years operating his own business. Mark’s clientele comes from a mix of referrals from Lowe’s™ and word-of-mouth around the community. Mark
It’s all about family for Peter Romano. Growing up in Delaware, Peter’s father and mother operated a successful masonry business. Peter’s father ran the business ends and contracts, and his mother kept the books. At its peak, Romano’s Masonry h
Episode Two: Look Ma, I’m on TV
What is winning $75,000 and being featured on a reality television series like? For Coty Skinner, that dream became a reality in March of 2019 when his company, ARganic Woodworking, LLC, was chosen as one of the
Episode One: Meeting the Makers
From social media, the Small Business Revolution™, and side hustles, three makers from different backgrounds have all settled into a small central Arkansas town. Driven by their love for making, community, and c
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