When someone shows you a leather item there’s almost always a story behind it. I enjoy hand crafting leather pieces with the potential to create a story for someone else. The uniqueness, quality and attention to detail provide an element to the story that cannot be found in a mass produced item.
I’m a self-taught leather artist. I hand carve and tool leather from a studio in my home on an Eastern Montana ranch. The leather and many of the tools I use come from American companies. I like to keep the process as close to home and American made as possible.

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