I love making and playing flutes. I make all of my flutes myself, from start to finish.
I use a variety of hand and power tools to produce the best flutes I can. I make flutes
one at a time, and each flute is unique. I don't use a template or pattern for my flutes.
I make a small number of flutes each year, because I don't want this joy to become work.
My flute journey began in 1995, when I first heard Geri Littlejohn playing a Woodsong
Flute. It was love at first sight. I soon bought one of their flutes, and I was hooked. I began making
flutes in 1997. I have gradually increased my production from making a few flutes for myself and friends to
selling flutes through galleries, at shows, and over the internet.
I was honored when one of my flutes won the flutemaker's competition at the 2002
Musical Echoes event. I am a member of the
International Native American Flute Association
Southern Highland Craft
. I am also a member of the Asheville,
Carolinas and Georgia Flute Circles
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