It seems like a lot of people don’t really understand how frames are made. I didn’t either until I landed in the field, I’m still learning every day. Each project is so different and they can sometimes really push your limits. Making frames requires true patience and creativity. From cutting the wood to staining it, working with an underpinner (that often gets jammed, let’s be honest), waxing and polishing, calculating calculating and calculating again, making weird mounts, cutting glass (or yourself), putting it all together and having this final piece that looks badass. I love it. (Until I have to open the frame for the millionth time because there is dust under the glass...) No, for real, it’s awesome. I love to be tested, I love to work with all your awesome artworks, I love to come back home with wax all over my face... I might have to try and do a proper video to show all the work that goes into making a frame one of these days?