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Adam The Carpenter

One of my favorite things as a freelance photographer is how everyday is different than the last. A few weeks ago, I was asked by a friend of a friend if I would be interested in photographing some furniture for a carpenter that was new to Tulsa. Of course, I jumped at the opportunity. I love providing quality photos to other small business owners, especially when photos may be the only way a client will get to see the items Adam The Carpenter is making. In our first meeting, Adam mentioned that his work is basically finished and immediately picked up by the client. Luckily he had a few things in his shop he really wanted to photograph before the furniture went off to their new home. Below are the photos I made for Adam. I was able to use the community studio that I recently became a member of, which was very exciting!

Check out the photos! Also, Adam has a new website he is working on. As soon as it is live, I will post it here. [EDIT] here is his website: www.adamshollfurniture.com

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Pictured here is a clock with, what i think is called a "pressure bend." What I do know is, it's very difficult to do because the bend is against the grain. Either way, it's super cool.

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  A variety of cutting boards.

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This is a hanging shelf with that bend against the grain on either end. I really like the silhouette of this shelf.

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 This bench features a weaved seat, each weave done by hand. Beautiful, isn't i

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Above is the silhouette of a dining room table.

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 Here are two pictures of the carpenter himself, Adam Sholl.

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