Below are all the registered professional turners who offer a demonstration service, ordered by the most recently updated member first. Click their photo or their name to view the complete details, or use the ‘Show Bio’ or ‘Show Map’ links for a quick view.
Sue, who lives in Bridlington on the East Yorkshire Coast, took up woodturning as a hobby in 2000 after buying her Husband (also a Registered Professional Turner) a lathe. Whilst supporting Graham in his hobby, she was encouraged to “have a go” and was soon captivated by the wonderful qualities to be found in our native timbers and the endless possibilities available to the holder of the tools. After joining two woodturning clubs Sue started to enter woodturning competitions, both locally and nationally, with great success, After taking voluntary redundancy from the Civil Service in 2006, Sue had the opportunity to focus on becoming a self-employed woodturner. In January 2007 She was accepted on to the Register of Professional Turners, run by the Worshipful Company of Turners in London. In the same year the Worshipful Company of Turners awarded Sue a Bursary. Sue now teaches woodturning, demonstrates all over the country, writes for Woodturning Magazine and has produced five instructional DVD’s, and her open segment jigs which are selling worldwide. Sue also enjoys the freedom to explore the creative side of woodturning and takes great pleasure from seeing her works evolve with the addition of colour, texture and piercing. More recently Sue has ventured into delivering Interactive Remote Demonstrations.
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