Metal sculpting has been an addiction for me ever since I first picked up a welding gun when I was 17 in a metal sculpture class. The longevity and strength of metal coupled with the method of joinery was attractive to me from the very start.
I’ve always been into building toy models, legos, things out of wood, and doing other handyman work for some cash on the side, but working with metal topped everything.
The summer of 2020 presented me with a unique opportunity to invest in myself and do something I’ve been striving for ever since I lost access when I graduated high school.
Now I’m developing my own style and unique design methods inside my parents’ garage. I see infinite possibilities in metal, and I hope to one day inspire others as opposed to right now where I’m merely the one being inspired by other masters of the art.
In the News:
The Art of Making Art: Will Allen – Evanston RoundTable, August 15, 2022