Contemporary look and practices, the renewal of the tools of the trade producing never-beforeseen designs and shapes so complex that at times they seem impossible. A healthy obsession; the expert yet fallible hand producing results that are little short of technical perfection – because it’s only the little, almost imperceptible errors that tell you something is manmade with its accuracy and uniqueness. Fluid lines which intertwine and run after each other. Dovetails that betray no signs of forcing. It is thus that wood undergoes interesting material transfigurations, until, quite amazingly, it reveals itself again by the grain. It is thus that the inlay, an ancient skill, finds new energy in the eccentricity of daring, personal interpretations.