Out of the Woodwork | Podcast with Sean Evelegh
Listen to our new podcast, Out of the Woodwork - bringing you inspiring stories and conversation from woodworkers who share our passion for all things woodwork.
Meet your host
Join host Sean Evelegh in our first podcast series, as he talks to leaders, creators, educators, philanthropists and artists, bringing you conversations on all the big topics as well as inspirational stories, chat and more.
Sean is a young, innovative designer and fine woodworker from Kent. After graduating from Rycotewood Furniture Making College, he set up his own furniture workshop. He also has a popular YouTube channel where he shares woodworking tips, projects and tool reviews.
His passion for creating beautiful wooden furniture embraces the whole process; from milling the tree to applying the final coat of finish. He has a deep understanding of the capabilities of different wood species and incorporates the natural beauty of the wood in his designs.
Sean describes himself as a creator of modern pieces, using traditional methods, but he always looks to push the boundaries.
It was such a thrill hosting the podcast and chatting with inspirational craftspeople. I hope these conversations will inspire and teach makers as well as encourage the younger generation to start making, especially the ones who don’t have access to a workshop at school.Sean Evelegh
How to listen
Get the latest episodes from Out of the Woodwork straight to your phone. Out of the Woodwork can be found on all major podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts , Amazon Music. Simply search ‘Out of the Woodwork’ and hit follow or subscribe. For more places to listen and subscribe, go to our podcast website for more listening platforms.
You can read about our guests each week on our dedicated podcast page right here on The Knowledge and watch our podcast interviews on YouTube, simply subscribe to our YouTube channel to find the latest episodes and keep up to date on new video releases. We will be releasing our first podcast episode on Friday, April 29th.
Get in touch
We would love to hear from you. If you love our new podcast, join the conversation online on our social media page. Search @Axminstertools on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and say hello!