When people hear glassblowing they picture vats of molten glass that is then gathered on to long rods to be turned and manipulated to create shapes - commonly called soft glass. What I do is actually done in reverse and with a different type of glass. In the glassblowing world I’m called a flameworker - I use a torch to melt glass. I start with cold glass and once molten I use tools & hand movements to shape the glass. Because of the specific technique of my art, education is one of the pillars of my business. Sharing my process through demos and lessons is one of my favorite things to do.