Ryan has always had an attraction to making arts with his hands—such as painting, building furniture, and playing viola. His favorite woodworking tool, the block plane, is a sculpting tool he uses to hand-carved wooden utensils and bowls.
Woodworking came early to Ryan when he started carving Harry Potter wands in 2nd grade. He was formerly introduced to the craft in a Waldorf School woodworking class. There, he learned not only how to use the traditional hand carving tools, but how to see the wood, feel its grain and listen to what each piece wants to become.
Ryan also happens to be the younger son our coFounder Wai Mo. While he is not doing homework as a HS sophomore, you will frequently find him in his garage woodshop, on stage at his school play, or pitching on the baseball field.
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