WIA 2015 Posts Roundup

Woodworking in America (WIA) was an incredible experience.  I was honored to meet so many great fellow woodworkers while there.  Unfortunately, it went by way too quickly but people were constantly taking pictures and videos so it’s great to be able to look back and remember all the great times and experiences.  Many of those who took pictures and videos have created videos and pages outlining their experiences.  There will likely be many of these so I have created this page as a directory of content related to the 2015 show.  I’ll keep adding to this list as more creators release content about their experiences this year.  If I am missing any, please leave me a comment at the bottom of the page or let me know via my contact page.

Thanks again to all those who attended.  It was the people that made it memorable.

Social Media

You can find post about Woodworking in America 2015 by searching your favorite platform for the hashtags:

#WIA15 [The official tag of the show] or

#WIA2015 [The tag of the Video Woodworkers]

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Jay Bates

Jay Bates

Matthew Morris

Matthew had a booth at WIA for his online school.  He shipped his Gamble House Rocker to the show.  Matthew vlogged about getting ready for the show and being at the show.


Mike Fulton

Cremona & Co

My family vlogging channel


Black Widow Woodworks

Tom’s Workbench

 Dyami Plotke

Sean Rubino

Sterling Davis

MonkWerks with Fr. Thomas

Rock-n H Woodshop

Brian McCauley

Stone and Sons Workshop

The Carmichael Workshop

Woodworking Geek

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7 Responses

  1. Looks like a great time was had by all! Amazing to see such a group of talented woodworkers all in one place. Can’t wait to make it to WIA myself. Maybe next year!

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