Do Make | The Power of Your Own Two Hands
When we make things with our own hands, we connect with ourselves, the materials we use, and our physical environment. We feel grounded and centred. James Otter, a British surfer who makes wooden surfboards for a living, believes that making anything is about finding a process, trusting that process, and then finding flow. In Do Make, he shares his philosophy of making and offers guidance and encouragement. He breaks down the complex into manageable chunks - a fundamental idea for any maker – and helps us overcome ‘can’t do’ barriers and reconnect with our creative selves.